This is £249.99 and available here. It’s only available in black and measures 45.15 x 52.8 x 12.6. It’s made from polyamide and glass fibre with a stainless-steel bezel and an aluminum back cover. The screen is a 1.39″ AMOLED (400 x 400 px) + FSTN LCD with a Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and you get an interchangeable silicone (22mm) strap.
It’s powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 and runs Wear OS – compatible with both Android and iPhone. Inside there’s 1GB RAM, 4GB of storage.
This has its own independent 4G connectivity (and works with Vodafone OneNumber Number Sharing). By doing this you can share minutes and data for calls, notifications and music streaming etc. Either that or you can register a standalone Vodafone number for it.
The watch also connects via WiFi and Bluetooth. It’s got GPS, a heart rate sensor, accelerometer, gyroscope, e-compass, ambient light sensor and a low latency off-body sensor. Battery power is said to be 2-days and it’s a tough cookie with Military Standard 810G durability (you can go swimming with this).
Other features include Google Pay (NFC), which means you can tap to pay for your beer and TicSleep to maintain healthy sleep habits.