There still exists a strong divide between smartwatches and traditional mechanical or digital wrist watches. Tech companies such as Apple, Samsung, and Xiaomi have developed feature-filled, capable smartwatches and fitness trackers that are accessible to people the world over, and this has naturally shrunk the market for traditional wristwatches. Few traditional brands have been willing to adapt to the need for modern devices. However, one traditional wristwatch maker that has put in exactly this kind of effort is Fossil.
The Michael Kors Gen 6 Bradshaw is powered by Wear OS, and is priced at Rs. 24,995 in India. The smartwatch looks great, and Wear OS is a great full-fledged smartwatch platform which enables a number of apps including the Google suite and more. However, the smartwatch has iffy fitness and health tracking, and sub-par battery life that might mean you have to charge the device twice a day.
Although beautiful to look at, and fitting into a unique niche of being a smartwatch that works with formal wear, the Michael Kors Gen 6 Bradshaw falls short of competition such as the Apple Watch series and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
|Model||Gen 6 Bradshaw|
|Price in India||₹24,995|
|Model Name||Gen 6 Bradshaw|
|Strap Material||Stainless Steel|
|Dial Material||Metal + Plastic|
|Third Party App Support||Google Play Store for Wear OS|
|Operating System||Wear OS|
|Compatible Operating System||Android, iOS|
|Processor Name||Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+|
|Heart Rate Monitor||Yes|
|Date & Time Display||Yes|
|Number of Buttons||3|
|Other Fitness Features||SpO2 tracking|