If you’re a frequent visitor to the Google Store (dreaming of what to buy next probably), then you’ve noticed that the Huawei Watch is no longer there. But worry not, if you’re still looking for a quality and stylish smartwatch, the Michael Kors Access Bradshaw wearable is now available for purchase there. The sports design aesthetics is pretty similar for the two smartwatches, as they are looking for the traditional look combined with the digital powers of a wearable.
Since it carries the Michael Kors brand, you can expect that the Access Bradshaw sports a “premium build and impeccable craftsmanship” for those people looking for that traditional feel in their smartwatch. In fact, it already has an analog version but this one had to become a bit bigger to accommodate all the digital gears. The default interface is in digital form and displays the time, but you can change it from the various available faces with modern styles and traditional aesthetics.
Access Bradshaw has a 1.4-inch AMOLED display, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 2100 processor. It has 512MB RAM and 4GB internal storage, as well as a 400mAh battery. It of course runs on the Android Wear platform and has a gold-tone stainless steel module and wristband. You can charge it wirelessly with a USB-A connector and has a bit of waterproofing. You can use it when it’s raining or an activity with occasional splashes, but it will not survive swimming or surfing or other immersive water sports.
You can get the Michael Kors Access Bradshaw smartwatch for $350 at the Google Store. Another smartwatch, the Access Dylan, is also there and retails at the same price.
SOURCE: Google Store