Tag Heuer has developed a smaller Connect Modular smartwatch to suit all tastes. Last March, the watchmaker has launched the second generation of Android Wear devices. Now, rumor has it that the Swiss watchmaker develops a new version adapted for smaller wrists. On January 14th, the popular watch developer unveiled the Connected Modular 41.
The new smartwatch is slightly cheaper, featuring upgraded specs. The new Android Wear device is smaller than the 45mm sibling, featuring 41mm in diameter. Apart from the diameter, these two smartwatches are identical. However, the core connected module comes in either black ceramic or silver steel bezel. It features a sapphire cover glass which protects it from scratching.
The new Connected Modular watch is smaller than its sibling
Furthermore, the exquisite smartwatch also has an anti-reflective treatment which is said to improve visibility. The bezel has tick marks in five-minute increments. The smartwatch has nine straps available, helping the wearer to swap out the bands and lugs. The watch will have three new straps, like white, blue and pink leather.
Furthermore, the watchmaker has also decided to double the internal components, adding 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage. The smartwatch features an Intel processor which will receive an Oreo upgrade. Furthermore, it also has a 390 x 390 AMOLED display also featuring an improved brightness of 350 nits. The smaller Connected Modular 41 also sports a GPS, 50-meter water resistance and NFC for Google Pay.
The exquisite smaller Connected Modular developed by Tag Heuer has a price that starts at $1,200. The bigger model, the 45mm version was valued at $1,550. Furthermore, the new smartwatch already appears on the site of the company, featuring either metal or leather bands. Every wearer can customize the smartwatch as they please and the price may increase up to $6,750 if it has a calfskin strap and a diamond bezel.
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