Fossil Sport seems to have a few things going for it: It's not too expensive at $255 (about £200 or AU$350), it claims to be the lightest Wear OS watch and it has lots of extras.
The company says the 350 mAh unit, with the help of Wear 3100, will be able to eke out a day of life based on the "full smartwatch experience", which we assume includes some HR tracking and Global Positioning System. The straps and bracelets are interchangeable and available in 18- and 22mm sizes. 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. Overall, it's a more preppy style than the just-reviewed Fossil Q Explorist HR and Fossil Q Venture HR.
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Model Candice Huffine is the face of the new Fossil Sport. This is the first smartwatch to launch with the new SoC, and it claims to offer all-day battery life.
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'll be posting our in-depth review of the device over the coming weeks, so be sure to check back to see if the Sport lives up to the billing.