Hublot is best known as a Swiss luxury watchmaker founded in 1980 by Italian Carlo Crocco, but their latest product is far from traditional. Introducing the Big Bang E, a luxury smartwatch running Google’s Wear OS, and powered by a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 CPU @ 1.094 GHz, 1GB of RAM as well as 8GB of Flash storage.
Priced from $5200, it’s available in a 42mm case in titanium or ceramic materials. The face is covered with an AMOLED high definition touchscreen, and just like a mechanical version of the Big Bang, its rotary crown with integrated pusher is used to activate the controls for its electronic module.
- Always-On Retina display
- 30% larger screen
- ECG app
Electronic watches were created in Switzerland using quartz in the 1970s. Fifty years later, we are continuing in the same innovative vein by producing a second smart watch which boasts an extremely high level of technological sophistication, whilst embodying all the aesthetic values, technical features and excellence that have ensured the reputation of our Big Bang collection. Ever more faithful to our ‘Art of Fusion’ motto, we wanted the Big Bang e to unite Hublot’s highly advanced technical materials with the very latest innovations from today’s digital world,” said Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO, Hublot.