Kate Spade’s new sporty smartwatch Runs on Wear Os

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Kate Spade’s Sport Smartwatch is yet another wearable built with Fossil’s Gen 5 smartwatch as the base. As the name suggests, the watch is all about fitness and not about the glamour. The KSNY Sport Smartwatch runs on Google Wear OS. The watch has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chip, which assures a powerful performance. The RAM is only 512MB, like in the older Wear watches. Also, the storage is only 4GB.

The bezel is made of aluminium with a scallop design around it. The crown button is made from enamel and has the Kate Spade logo on it. The three colour combinations available for the KSNY Sport Smartwatch are a gold body with a green strap, a black body with a black strap and pink highlights, and a gold body with a pink strap and red highlights. The secondary button comes in a contrasting pink on all models. The case of the watch measures 42mm and it is 11mm thick. The AMOLED touchscreen has a resolution of 328 pixels per inch. The width of the strap is only around 16mm.

The KSNY Sport smartwatch has a silicone band and is lightweight at around 40g. This makes the watch comfortable to be worn all day long. The silicone band also lets you clean the watch without difficulty. It has NFC to enable Google Pay, GPS for sports tracking, a heart-rate monitor, and an altimeter to measure elevation. The KSNY Sport smartwatch is swim-proof and is safe up to a depth of 30 meters. The battery will run for a day on a single charge.