Google Store adds three premium Android Wear watches to its lineup
Michael Kors Access Dylan Smartwatch. The watch boasts a rather attractive stainless steel construction, 1.4-inch 360 x 326 AMOLED display, flat-tire at the bottom of the screen to automatically adjust the brightness level, a 400 mAh battery, and Qualcomm's new Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor. It's priced at $350, and that really isn't that much money to spend for such a high-end watch from one of the most well-known brands out there.Perhaps the most attractive new addition is the
The other two watches making their way to the Google Store are the Nixon Mission and Polar M600. The Nixon was created for snowboarders, skiers, and surfers, as it features exclusive software and extreme water-resistance (up to 300 feet) to keep it as practical and functional as possible for these kinds of people. As for the M600, this is something that's designed for all of you fitness nuts out there - featuring a heart-rate sensor, 48 hours of usage on a single charge, and Polar's own software suite to help keep you as fit and active as possible.
Along with these new inclusions, Google is also getting rid of some of the older smartwatches that have overstayed their welcome on the Google Store. Both the Casio Smart Outdoor Watch and the ASUS ZenWatch 2 will no longer be available to purchase directly from Google, but the company has announced that the updated ZenWatch 3 will be up for purchase sometime next month in November.