Misfit Vapor 2 information has been posted online by at least two different merchants. The next generation smartwatch has a bigger display and a number of technical upgrades.
You might be better off waiting a little longer if you’ve been holding out for a Misfit smartwatch. Vapor 2 appears to be about to land.
On October 31st of last year, Misfit released their first smartwatch. A full-touch, 1.39-inch circular AMOLED screen, a profusion of sensors, and on-board music storage were all included.
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A Dutch internet store by the name of coolblue.nl revealed information about the upcoming gadget. The posting is still live as of this writing. The second iteration of the smartphone will benefit from a bigger display, made possible by thinner bezels. The 1.42-inch screen has a 454 454 resolution. The device is 46 mm wide and 13 mm thick (versus 44 mm and 13.5 mm on the original Vapor).
Given that the manual makes no mention of this function, it’s probable that the greater display real estate will come at the expense of the touch bezel. Yes, the handbook has also been compromised.
Another model is listed by a US shop called Nordstrom. This one has a 390 x 390 display and is only 41mm wide and 12mm thick. The larger model is probably intended for men, while the smaller one is for women.
Several stores provide Misfit Vapor specifications.
The watch will gain similar improvements to other Gen 4 Fossil Group devices in terms of other specifications. Integrated GPS and NFC for Google Pay are also part of this. The first generation watch was supposed to have built-in GPS, however Misfit finally decided against it in favor of Connected GP.
The device will also carry over the first generation’s accelerometer, altimeter, gyroscope, optical heart rate sensor, microphone, offline music storage, and 5 ATM water resistance.
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Several stores provide Misfit Vapor 2 photos and specifications.
There hasn’t been much of an improvement in battery life. Similar to the previous version, the Wear OS gadget can go for up to 2 days without a charge. Although it hasn’t been verified, it’s probable that the watch may feature the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 CPU. Perhaps not, given that the battery life has not altered and that the device passed the FCC in June.
There will be a variety of case choices, including silver, rose gold, and black. Leather, rubber, and metal link straps are available.
Depending on the model, prices should fall between €230 and €250. We anticipate Misfit Vapor 2 to be released around the end of this month, given that shops have already begun creating listings. It would make sense to start pre-holiday sales.