The Swiss watch manufacture has just unveiled their new TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41, which is the smaller version of their Connected 45 which was released to market March of last year.
From my visual perspective, this particular smartwatch is definitely laced with the TAG Heuer signature design, the quality leather watch band, the buckle, lugs and bezel or module surrounding the display. Internally the specs within the Modular 41 is impressive, 1GB of RAM and 8GB storage, and the processor is powered by Intel though there is no details on the actual clock speed. The display uses AMOLED technology, with a 390 x 390 resolution and 326 PPI, the display is definitely well lit having a max brightness at 350 nits.
Submerging the Modular 41 under would not be a problem as it is resistance to water in upwards of 50 meters (164 feet). Present is GPS and a NFC chip that will support Google Pay. The watch will ship with Android Wear 2.0, but there are reports of Oreo being present out of the box.
The TAG Heuer Connected Modular 41 is indeed a beautiful smartwatch, but placing this wearable on your wrist if you so desire to purchase will be an expensive proposition at $1200 to start. Crafty quality design is what you're paying for more than anything.
Nugget Notables: NITS in lighting is a unit of visible-light intensity, commonly specifying brightness of a liquid crystal display.