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Louis Vuitton Launches Tambour Horizon, The Company's First Smartwatch

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Louis Vuitton, a well known luxury brand has just announced the Tambour Horizon, the company's very first smartwatch running on Android Wear platform.
Louis Vuitton Launches Tambour Horizon
A luxury Android powered wearable

The Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon comes with a 42 mm case with a thickness of just 12.5 mm. It's equipped with a 1.2 inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 390 x 390 or 460 ppi, Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 Connected, 512 MB RAM, 4 GB ROM (storage) and 300 mAh of battery capacity. It has an estimate battery life of around 1 day.


However, unlike most modern smartwatches, this device is lacking in health related technologies. It isn't a fitness tracker and there's no optical heart rate monitor embedded. This wearable works more as a fashion statement than a smartwatch.
3 major styles
3 major styles

Anyway, it also has exclusive apps to help you find your way in airports and cities, but we are sure that there's a lot of possibly better alternatives for FREE on Google Play.

Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Specs

Display: 1.2 Inch AMOLED 390 x 390 at 460 ppi
CPU: Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 Connected
RAM: 512 MB
ROM: 4 GB
Battery: 300 mAh
OS: Android Wear 2.0
Connectivity: WiFi, LTE
Dimensions: 42 mm band, 12.5 mm thickness
Price: Starts at USD 2,450

The Tambour Horizon comes in three different exterior styles, with different watch bodies and bands (30 style for males, 30 for females). The Graphite and Monogram versions will retail for USD 2,450 (around PHP 123K) and the Black variant is priced at USD 2,900 (PHP 146K).

Source: Engadget
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