Louis Vuitton provides further details on its uber-luxe Tambour Horizon

More information regarding the 2019 iteration of Louis Vuitton’s Tambour Horizon smartwatch has been made public by the brand. NFC and design changes are included in the new edition, which also features an improved screen and the newest Snapdragon Wear 3100 CPU from Qualcomm.

Back in October, we published an article in which we discussed a new Wear OS by Louis Vuitton watch that had been approved by the FCC. The watch was introduced in 2017 by the French fashion brand and goes by the same name. This timepiece is an updated version of that watch.

One of the few watches available to purchase that is equipped with the brand-new Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset is the 2019 edition of the Tambour Horizon. The Montblanc Summit 2 was the first, followed by Fossil Sport. The chip enables additional low-power modes, sports watch-focused changes, and enhanced always-on watch faces for Android watches. This is accomplished by the utilization of a secondary low-power CPU known as the QC1110, which takes care of the majority of the work when the smartwatch is not being worn.

The 2019 model comes with a round AMOLED touchscreen that is 1.3 inches in diameter and features a higher resolution. There’s also a 24-hour ring, with day/night indicators throughout the rim that are visible in ambient mode.

For the benefit of those who are unaware, when the watch is set to the ambient mode, it will display the time as well as other information, such as the step count, while consuming less power than it would if it were set to the fully active mode. The Wear 3100 chip allowed for the operation of the mode to take place. The 300mAh battery that comes with the Tambour Horizon can power the device for a full day, even if all of its features are activated. If you are only using it to display the time, this can go up to 5 days. Additional features include 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM) and 8 gigabytes of internal storage.

The watch is equipped with an accelerometer that monitors your fundamental fitness data, such as the number of steps you take, the distance you travel, and the number of calories you consume. Although it is water resistant to a depth of thirty meters, it does not have a heart rate monitor or an integrated GPS system.

It is possible to make contactless payments using NFC on the Tamba Horizon. Which is to say that individuals who will be purchasing it will not be strapped for cash, which is excellent news. On the official website of the corporation, the version of the 2019 model with the lowest starting price may be purchased for $2,550. In total, there are four versions to pick from, and they range from a jaw-dropping $4,450 in price.

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