The preorder page at Amazon divulges a number of interesting facts about the watch. Pricing starts at $349 and goes up to $799, depending on either you choose a stainless-steel model with a leather strap or the gold-plated, stainless-steel watch with a matching gold-plated steel band.
The watch has a 1.4-inch 400×400 AMOLED display (the highest resolution Android Wear device yet), and a heart rate monitor. The bezel looks smaller than the Urbane, too, and combined with a smaller body, it allows the watch to fit better on wrists. The internals are pretty normal: a 1.2GHz Snapdragon 400, 512MB of RAM, and a 300 mAh battery.
But the most amazing fact is that it will be compatible with iOS 8.2 or later, along with the regular Android requirements. While, we’ve already talked about Google’s plan of making their smartwatches iOS compatible, this listing could be incorrect.
Hopefully, we’ll get to know everything about the watch in next few days. So stick around by liking our Facebook page.