Louis Vuitton's upcoming Wear OS smartwatch shows up at FCC
One of the brands that have been mentioned by Qualcomm last month is Louis Vuitton, a company that's certainly not strange to the smartwatch industry. Some of you probably don't know that the last Louis Vuitton smartwatch launched on the market, the Android Wear-powered Tambour Horizon costs around $2,500.
There's no mention of NFC (Near Field Communication) or GPS, but FCC tested the smartwatch for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The wearable device is about $47.5mm wide, which is pretty standard for a smartwatch.
Obviously, it will run Wear OS and it will pack Qualcomm's Snapdragon 3100 chipset. Other than that, information about the upcoming Louis Vuitton is pretty scarce, but one thing is sure: it will cost a small fortune.