Pick up the TAG Heuer Connected in Rose Gold for Just $9,900

The TAG Heuer Connected was announced last year and it immediately became the most expensive Android Wear smartwatch available. Coming in at $1,500. It's a nice smartwatch, but for many people $1,500 is still quite a bit for a smartwatch that will likely be outdated in a year or even sooner. Now, TAG Heuer has launched a new model of the Connected, and it's in Rose Gold, a color that seems to be pretty popular as of late. With many smartphones coming in Rose Gold in the past year or two. However, it's not priced the same as the regular TAG Heuer Connected, in fact it's much more expensive, coming in at $9,900.

Inside, you'll find the same internals. That includes a dual-core Intel processor, 1GB of RAM and a 410mAh battery. That should get you through a full day of usage. It is running Android Wear, based off of Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Obviously it is not running Android Wear 2.0 just yet, considering that is still in a developer preview state, and has been pushed back to 2017 for release. It is not confirmed, however, if the TAG Heuer Connected will be getting the Android Wear 2.0 update, but it is fairly likely, considering its specs are close to the same as what the other smartwatches that are getting the update are running.

Spending this much on a smartwatch may not be a good idea, especially if you're putting down this much on an online purchase. Which is why you are unable to purchase it online. Instead you will need to find a TAG Heuer location near you to check out the watch and find out about availability. Now the price for the TAG Heuer Connected in Rose Gold is this high because the case and lugs are made of 18K Rose Gold. Which is quite costly, especially for that much Rose Gold. If you're interested in picking up the TAG Heuer Connected in Rose Gold, you can head to the source link below to find out how to buy one in your area. If you're looking for an Android Wear smartwatch, there are plenty of other options available, at much lower prices as well.

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