Among the bevy of new technology features, the Fossil Sport is based on the recently launched Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform that uses what Qualcomm describes as an ultra-low power system architecture. This new chip promises better battery life and performance over the previous-generation one. It comes in six different colour options - gray, pink, red, blue, green, and black. It's based on the recently launched Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform and the newly redesigned Wear OS by Google, which boasts extended battery life, a new battery saving mode, enhanced ambient mode, integrated heart rate, NFC, and Global Positioning System capabilities.
The watch houses a 350 mAh battery, and the company says you should be able to get more than a day's worth of battery life out of the device. It should last a full day in smartwatch mode, and then an additional two days in the power saving mode, which is created to only tell the time.
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The watch will be priced at $255 (or around $351.79 AUD) or £249 in the United Kingdom and is available to pre-order in the United Kingdom and USA with shipping set to begin on November 12th.
"We know our consumers want versatility both in their activity and their accessories, which is why we wanted to bring a smartwatch to market that is a fit for every style", Steve Evans, executive vice president of Fossil Group, said in a press release about the new watch.