Luxurious Android Wear Watch Can Compete With Apple Watch

Tag Heuer confirms that it has an Android Wear-driven smartwatch by road. The Swiss watch manufacturer has partnered with Google.

With Apple Watch on the way to the shops are talking about expensive smartwatch started. One of the more traditional clock manufacturers the opportunity to present their plans to enter the smartwatch market is Swiss Tag Heuer.

The company, known for its classic wristwatches with prices of up to several hundred thousand dollars, has partnered with Intel and Google to develop a smart Android Wear-watch that focuses on design and quality.

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Tag Heuer has not yet presented any new product. The company, however, has confirmed that the development of the Watch has been divided into three parts. As expected, it is Google that stands for software, Intel, which stands for the processor and Tag Heuer, which stands for industrial design.

The first Intel-chipset

Although we do not have any new product to talk about is the news for Android Wear as a platform. This is the first time we hear of a classic clock manufacturer who produces a Android Wear-product and the first time we hear about an Android Wear-product not powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.

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With Intel as new manufacturer of chipsets for Android Wear-products, it is likely that soon we will see a broadening in the range of Android Wear products.

A year later

Neither TAG Heuer, Google or Intel has said anything about when the new watch could possibly reach the stores. This means that it can take a long time before we see a real product come out of the collaboration.
At the launch of Android Wear for just over a year ago was presented both Intel and the design company Fossil Group as partners for future products. Neither of the two companies have even launched anything related to Android Wear. In other words, there is a risk that it also takes a long time for Tag Heuer to enter the market.

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