It's November, and new Wear OS-compatible smartwatches keep dribbling out as we approach the holidays.
Fossil's first smartwatch based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform was launched today as the Fossil Sport, boasting an ultra-lightweight design and a wide range of color choices, some of which are now available for purchase online from the watchmaker's official website. Fossil's own sub-brands are even guilty of this.
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Fossil's watches are typically designed with fashion in mind, but the Sport is all about being as functional as can be. Announced this September, the Wear 3100's biggest improvement over 2016's Wear 2100 is vastly improved battery life.
Finally, you'll be looking at a 1.2-inch AMOLED display with a 390 x 390 resolution. As typical, there are two sizes to choose from - 41mm and 43mm - both of which come with a nylon and aluminium case. At least on paper, this represents a feature-packed smartwatch with a bonus of extended battery life - all for a price that sensibly undercuts competitors like Apple and Samsung.