Movado Connect 2.0 is offered in a total of 15 unique styles catered to both men and women.

 Today, Movado presented the second edition of their Wear OS Connect smartwatch to the public. Once again, we get the straightforward and uncluttered style, but this time it comes with significantly upgraded hardware.

The first iteration of Movado Connect was presented to the public in the year 2017. It is a watch designed for people who appreciate a simple yet put-together appearance.

The brand has now made the announcement that Version 2.0 is now official. The Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM), and 8 gigabytes of storage space are all included.

The intelligence behind tracking one’s fitness has also been improved. The previous version’s lack of a heart rate sensor on the back was glaringly visible. The new generation has remedied this oversight.

Aside from that, you will have access to all of the features that were included in the first version. This includes alerts (for phone calls, appointments, emails, appointments, and social media interactions), Google Fit (for tracking your steps, distance, calories, pulse rate, and more), and Google Assistant (for managing your apps and music), and Google Fit. The watch also has the capability to use NFC for Google Pay.

The Movado Connect, much like many other recent smartwatches, is available in two different sizes. Two different sizes are available: one with a circumference of 42 millimetres, which is suitable for larger wrists, and another with a circumference of 40 millimetres There are a total of fifteen different patterns available to choose from, five each for men and women. There are over one hundred different dial variations that may be customised, and there are many different strap possibilities, so you are sure to discover a combination that is to your liking.

There are three physical buttons located along the side of the watch that is facing you when you are wearing it. This comes with a digital crown that can rotate as well as two buttons that may be customised.

The battery life is around one day. According to Movado, the battery life may be increased to a maximum of four days by adjusting the power settings. These most likely involve disabling the option for the AMOLED display to remain lit all the time.

According to Efraim Grinberg, Chief Executive Officer of the Movado Group, “These are wonderfully designed smartwatches supplemented with the cutting-edge technology of Google.”

You can order the Movado Connect 2.0 at movado.com now, and it will be delivered in October. The price begins at $495 and rises from there based on the design that the customer selects.

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