Hugo Boss and Tommy Hilfiger are the latest fashion companies to announce their own Android Wear 2.0 watches at Baselworld 2017.
Following the trend of fashion brands stepping into smartwatches, Boss and Hilfiger have come out with two new watches that focus more on style. Hugo Boss's watch, called the Touch, looks a bit more formal and appears to have a leather band option. It will offer NFC but no heart rate sensor.
Introducing the @TommyHilfiger TH24/7You watch powered by #AndroidWear. #Baselworld2017 pic.twitter.com/EiIZMDHgS6— Android Wear (@AndroidWear) March 24, 2017
The Tommy Hilfiger one, called TH24/7You, is a little more casually styled, following the theme of the brand. It comes with a metal link bracelet. It lacks both NFC or a heart rate monitor.
Introducing the new BOSS Classic Smartwatch, worn by @iamgalla #thisisboss #bosswatches pic.twitter.com/UzhuoOfz9t— HUGO BOSS (@HUGOBOSS) October 25, 2016
The Hugo Boss Touch is priced at $395, while the Tommy Hilfiger TH24/7You is cheaper at $299. However, as of now, neither watch has a lot of details when it comes to specifications. We know that the both run Android Wear 2.0, but actual information on the hardware — including size, which is a major issue in most Wear devices on the market — have yet to be announced.
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