It introduces in two sizes: 42mm and 40mm. Movado presented Connect's second iteration - the first Wear OS smartwatch that was introduced in 2017 when the platform of Google was still called Android Wear.

The newer model is powered by the Snapdragon 3100 chipset from Qualcomm and comes in two sizes: a 42 mm chip like its predecessor and a smaller 40 mm chipset for those who consider the former chunky for their ankles.

Users can change their styles by swapping their straps or bracelets and taking advantage of their customizable watchface until the watch suits their styles. However, like all other Movado watches, it displays the single dot model of the brand.

Connect 2.0 also includes a heart rate monitor, GPS, music file storage and programmable buttons. These buttons are pre-programmed to unlock Google Fit and Google Pay, but customers can customize them and make them a shortcut for whatever application they want.

Depending on the style they choose, the smartwatch will put customers back anywhere from $495 to $750. It will not hit shops until October, but those interested will now be able to pre-order the machine from the website of Movado.