Hugo Boss Touch is a designer Android smartwatch that runs Android wear 2.0. The smartwatch was announced in 2017 at Baselworld.
Android Wear 2.0 is the latest version of Android Wear OS and it is based on Android 7.x Nougat. Most android wearable are already receiving Android Wear 2.0 and it is a good thing that the Hugo Boss Touch is coming with it out of the box.
The Hugo Boss Touch is constructed of carbon black IP stainless steel and there will be a range of interchangeable straps to mix and match with the five unique digital watch faces the luxury brand has designed.
We can also confirm that there’s no heart rate monitor on board. On a fashion-focused smartwatch we’d argue that’s a good thing – though an optical HRM on a stylish smartwatch just adds unnecessary bulk.
Hugo Boss watches and accessories are made by Movado and it will go on sale on August for around USD 395.
The Hudo Boss Touch is much more expensive than the previous smartwatch we talked about but it is well worth the price.
The fact that the designer smartwatch comes with NFC means that Android Pay will be a key feature of the device.
You can expect most of the features on Android smartwatches on the device.
You can learn more about the Hogo Boss Touch smartwatch on Wearable.