We’ve seen several new Android Wear smartwatches debut this week at the Baselworld conference in Switzerland, and today we can add three more new wearables to that list.
First up, Movado today revealed the smartwatch that it teased earlier this month. The Movado Connect features a very Movado design, complete with a single dot up at the top of its face as well as pointed minute and hour hands.
Spec details for the Movado Connect are light, but Movado does say that its new watch features Android Wear 2.0, more than 100 dial variations, and “smooth edge-to-edge crystal.” The Movado Connect collection will launch in fall 2017 with five men’s styles. Pricing will start at $495.
Also revealed today are new Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches from Hugo Boss and Tommy Hilfiger. As with the Movado Connect, there aren’t many details for these watches available quite yet. According to Wareable, though, the Hugo Boss Touch watch feature a stainless steel case, support for swapping straps, and NFC, but there’s no heart rate monitor onboard. The Hugo Boss Touch will launch in August for $395.
The Tommy Hilfiger TH24/7You will arrive later in 2017 for $299, says Wareable, making it the cheapest of the three near watches. Like the Hugo Boss watch, the TH24/7You lacks a heart rate monitor, but it’s also missing NFC support.
It’s good to see more Android Wear smartwatches coming to market, especially from traditional watch brands that can help to get their loyal customers to try a smartwatch. If you’re looking for a fully-loaded smartwatch to strap to your wrist, these new devices may not fit the bill, but they could be a good fit for folks that mostly just use their smartwatch for notifications and time.