When you think of smartwatches, French fashion house Louis Vuitton wouldn’t be the first one that comes to your mind. But in 2017 the luxury designer launched its Wear OS-powered Tambour Horizon smartwatches. And, now the watch is being upgraded to Qualcomm’s newest wearable chipset, the Snapdragon Wear 3100.
If you’re rich and you’re looking for something really special in a smartwatch, then the Louis Vuitton LV Tambour Horizon is for you. You can get all your activities tracked for a premium price $2,400.
The new LV Tambour Horizon, the follow up to the 2017 wearable of the same name, is again a Wear OS device aimed at the premium end of the market.
The smartwatch, which was designed in collaboration between Qualcomm and Google, will not only provide a full day’s worth of power with the screen on, but also 5 days of power while displaying just the time and step count.
Around the rim, the watch has a day and night indicator, which remains visible even when the device is in ambient mode. A new feature with the Wear 3100 displays the user’s heart rate and step count alongside the time on screen while saving power, reports EndGadget.
Tambour Horizon lets you design your own watch faces like: My Stipes, My Classic, My Favorites, My Digital, My 24 Hours, My Flight, City Game, Men Spring 19, Men Fall 18, CNY 18, Women SS18, Women Cruise 2018, Regatta, Spin Time, Essential Brown and Moon Star.
The upgraded watch will be available in the existing design and color options, and the designer is also rolling out a new white ceramic model.
There’s no word on the release date, but the price tag will be around $2,490.