Fossil introduced its first Android Wear smart watch

Manufacturers of exclusive watches were unprepared few years ago when smart watches were first launched. What they had to offer was still consisted with outdated technology and limited opportunities. One of the first wrist watch manufactures, Fossil will finally start producing smart watches, according to droid-life.com.
Fossil are sheldued to release into watch market a circular smart watch with Android Wear operating system, which much reminds to Moto 360. However, because Fossil is originally a watchproducer, it is safe to expect a high level of craftsmanship and use of the finest materials.
The watch was unveiled at the Intel Developer Forum conference, meaning that it will run on an Intel processor. This is an interesting move, because at these miniature devices, ARM is almost sacrosanct with their chips, which have a very low energy consumption. However, it remains for us to see the progress of Intel and how their Atom chip will work, which will likely be built in the new Fossil smartwatch.
Luxury watches manufacturer TAG Heuer recently announced smart watch with Android Wear and Intel, so we can assume that the two watches will have the same internal components and will be different only in design, materials and workmanship from the outside.
For sure it will be interesting to see are those manufacturers really capable of coping with major electronic companies and their smart watches.
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