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TAG Heuer’s Connected Smartwatches Get an Upgrade with Google’s Latest Platform

In the autumn of last year, Google’s Wear OS 3.5 was hailed as the most significant update for Android-based smartwatches yet, citing features such as faster app loading times, Fitbit-powered fitness tracking, a revamped interface, and more. However, despite these improvements, few smartwatch manufacturers embraced the new OS, with only the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, and Montblanc Summit 3 adopting it in time for its public launch in 2022. Now, we can add TAG Heuer to that list, as the company has implemented the new operating system in all of its Connected Calibre E4 watches.

According to TAG Heuer, the update brings a host of significant upgrades and improvements, including enhanced connectivity, a redesigned user interface, a smoother user experience, and major app updates. Some new features will be exclusively available on Wear OS 3, such as TAG Heuer Golf Full Shot Tracking, which will be accessible from March 27.

“As TAG Heuer, we strive to deliver the most exciting premium Connected Watch and this by simplifying the experience for our users and by providing the most premium and intuitive interface. This new software update is a major step towards that direction,” says Teddy Florent, TAG Heuer’s managing director for Connected.

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