The newest iteration of Hublot's Big Bang watch was shown out just in time for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament

To celebrate the beginning of the European Football Championship, Hublot has introduced yet another watch in its long-running collection of football and soccer-themed timepieces.

The competition was scheduled to take place between the 12th of June and the 12th of July of the previous year. However, this plan has been severely disrupted as a result of the COVID-19 epidemic. As a result, the tournament was moved from the 11th of June to the 11th of July in 2021.

This watch is hardly brand new by any stretch of the imagination. During the summer of 2017, Hublot already introduced a gadget with specifications that were essentially identical to those of the new model. We have a strong suspicion that the watch in question was the version that had been envisioned before the competition. Because Hublot already had the necessary components in stock, it made sense for them to move the devices. It was anyone’s guess at the moment whether or not the tournament would ever take place at all.

However, at this time, we will be receiving an updated version known as the Hublot Big Bang e UEFA Euro 2020. It is important to note that the prestigious watchmaker has not altered the naming convention to include the year. Since the UEFA has opted to keep the name “UEFA Euro 2020,” there is no purpose in engaging in this activity.

Let’s get this out of the way first: the clock that you have here is significantly overpriced. At a price of $5,800, it is more impressive as a collector’s item than its specifications.

The Big Bang e UEFA Euro 2020 has a 1.2-inch AMOLED touchscreen protected with a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The case is 42 millimeters and has a diameter of 390 pixels by 390 pixels. You may interact with the object by pressing the buttons on the bezel, which is located on the side.

The flags of the initial 12 countries that were going to host the tournament are draped around the bezel. Since the initial announcement, venue adjustments have been made as a result of the epidemic, which means that not all of these countries will be hosting games during EURO 2020.

The WearOS device has a Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor, 1 gigabyte of random access memory (RAM), and 8 gigabytes of storage space under the hood. A battery with a capacity of 300 mAh provides the necessary power. With a price tag like that, you’d think that Hublot would throw in the most recent Snapdragon Wear 4100. Or, for that matter, a sensor that can measure your heart rate and a GPS. However, a gyroscope, accelerometer, and microphone are included in the package.

The device transmits real-time scores and statistical information pertaining to the games. On the other hand, for $5,800, you could travel to the tournament and watch the games for yourself instead of buying a ticket.

The watch will only be produced in 1,000 units, which ought to be sufficient for demand. If you are a fan of soccer or football and have a few thousand bucks lying around, the timepiece may be something that piques your attention.

On the Hublot website, you will find a model called the Big Bang e UEFA Euro 2020.

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