At first glance, we can see that the new generation of the Louis Vuitton smartwatch is a great piece of wearable technology for this prestigious brand. Critics point to Qualcomm’s ultra-powerful Snapdragon 4100 processor, but the smartwatch in question offers much more than just power. This provides options that we will not find in classic smartwatches.
The Louis Vuitton smartwatch with Tambour Horizon Light Up branding is equipped with a 1.2 inch or 3.04 cm round AMOLED display with a resolution of 390 x 390 pixels. There are also 24 small LED lights available, which are activated when needed. The rest of the hardware includes gigabytes of system memory and eight gigabytes of storage space. In addition, the watch can easily withstand immersion in water to a depth of 30 meters.
However, since the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon Light Up smartwatch does not have the Wear OS mobile operating system, users will not need to access the Google Pay app. As an alternative, there is an Alipay solution. There is, of course, a rich set of indispensable functions, including a system for monitoring sports activities and health. The charged battery is enough for about one day of use, and the retail price is set at 2,910 euros recalculated.