Is there anyone left from the luxury watch market that doesn’t have a smartwatch? While it was hardly some time back when Guess, TAG Heuer, Mont Blanc, and Movada launched their smartwatches, it happens so that more watch makers such as Diesel, Tommy Hilfiger, and Hugo Boss also launched their Android Wear devices at the Basel World 2017 event. Diesel which is a fashion brand, calls their watch as the On, that’s powered by the Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor and will cost $325.
Next, comes the Hugo Boss Touch that’s said to be constructed with carbon black IP stainless steel with interchangeable straps. The device comes with Android Pay and NFC support as well. However, this watch doesn’t sport a heart rate sensor. The price of the Touch is set for $395.
Tommy Hilfiger’s Android Wear smartwatch called the TH24 also runs on the Snapdragon 2100 processor, but with no NFC and heart rate sensor. The price is $299.
There aren’t many details regarding the screen size, RAM and other features of these new smartwatches, and the local availability of these devices are yet to be known.