Android 07 Sep
British virgin islands based multinational fashion products manufacturer brand Michael Kors previously announced their Access Sofie & Grayson Android Wear watches back in 2017. The company has now introduced a new addition at the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 in Las Vegas.
At first sight, one couldn’t notice major changes between this newer version of the watch compared to the predecessors though there are genuinely considerable upgraded areas involved. The device is a unique presentation of fashion and tech coming together. Featuring GPS and NFC support, the smartwatch would allow the owners to track their locations while they’re on the run without having to connect the watch with their phones. Likewise, the device also empowers the users to pay directly through the ease of their wrists.
Though unlike many tech enthusiasts would have expected, the watch runs on the stone age Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor featuring Access Sofie 2.0 while as per the expectation, Snapdragon Wear 3100 is still not being adapter by many manufacturers against the expectations.
We hope that this device is priced reasonably and we get to know about the release date of this as well soon, though as a reference the predecessors were priced at $249 so this could be around that mark or more. What do you think about this smartwatch? Let us know in the comment section below.