The company has unveiled a new watch aimed at soccer fans planning on keeping up with the upcoming World Cup in Russian Federation - but perhaps more interesting is the fact that it's the first Wear OS watch to be released since Google renamed Android Wear as Wear OS.
Swiss luxury watchmaker Hublot just announced its first ever smartwatch, and it's going to be powered by Wear OS (formerly Android Wear). Unlike many Wear OS watches, which feature Qualcomm technology, the device boasts a dual-core Intel Atom Z34XX processor with a clock speed of 1.6GHz, with 512MB of RAM. It will be a limited run device with only 2,018 models made, but perhaps if there is enough demand we could see Hublot venture into creating something more permanent. It goes on sale starting May 1st and it will cost you. The default display of the smartwatch will feature a traditional Hublot "analog" face, giving the impression that the smartwatch is actually a conventional, analog watch.
This watch is worth noting to soccer fans because it's the special edition Federation Internationale de Football Association 2018 World Cup Russia timepiece.
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The watches will be worn by referees of the World Cup games, using sophisticated technology to help them judge plays in real time.
The watch has the unfortunate moniker of Big Bang Referee 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia. The watch will notify the wearer 15 minutes before every game's kickoff, and also buzz them when there's a red or yellow card. Most standard fitness trackers nowadays can track your steps taken, distance traveled, how ... The watch dial will show the score, the number of cards, names of goal-scorers, player substitutions, and the time left in the match. Sales will be available globally starting May 1 with a price around $5,000 Dollars.