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lv smart watch reviewhas upgraded its extravagant take on Wear OS with Qualcomm’s new chipset for wearables. The new LV Tambour Horizon smartwatch is now powered by the Snapdragon Wear 3100, the same chip that Qualcomm worked on for years with help from Google.
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Android Wear 2.0 is on display here, powered by a Snapdragon 2100 processor and 512MB of RAM. There’s also 4GB of space for songs and apps and what have you. For the most part, everything is blazing fast and speedy. You still have the Google Play store to download all the apps you need, of course.
The inclusion of the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chip. Designed in collaboration between Qualcomm and Google, it promises far superior battery life than that which has graced wrists before, with the Tambour Horizon boasting not only a full day’s worth of power with its screen on, but an additional five in a low-power mode displaying simply just the time.
The most impactful detail is the watch’s strap, which is well whatever you want it to be. In the spirit of luxury DIY, the Tambour Horizon boasts a patented system that allows for easy (let it be said very, very easy IRL) swapping of straps.
It’s a fashion-first watch that takes advantage of Vuitton’s commitment to all things precise and excellent (watches included) and, we hope, is a harbinger of more design-first timepieces to come.