Tag Heuer Connected Review
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This is more than a review. You will find the truth here that you cannot find on the internet.
Let me tell ya, most of the reviews you see on the internet are sponsored and do not reflect their true opinions. There is no way that you can rate a watch that expensive with so little tech. Here are my reasons:
Review of Tag Heuer Connected: What you need to know!
As you all know, TAG Heuer is a luxury brand of watches. Tag is selling obsolete technology at an “exorbitant price”. They released the watch with the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 processor in 2020. This was only to be replaced by the manufacturer, and the new Processes 4100 was launched just 3 months later! Although older processors can be expensive, many cheaper smart watches are now available with the Qualcomm 4100 processor.
What does this mean for you? You will not be able to upgrade your watch in the future and will have to use Google’s Wear OS 2 and a poor battery life. Even if your not a techy person, you should be concerned about the battery life of this expensive watch. Tag admitted that it won’t last for one day.
I was hoping that this watch would be better than my current Apple or my previous Samsung Galaxy watches (gens one and two), given the 160+ years of watch building experience at Tag Heuer Connected. I was hoping to see all of the information I need about health, sports tracking, and data from my phone, but all I saw was a bulky, ugly watch that is very underpowered. It looks great and that’s it.
This smartwatch is not worth the price of a luxury watch.
Based on Tag, the 430mAh battery should last for full day with 45 minutes of exercise. If you’re a businessperson, you’ll be lucky if the battery lasts 12 hours. Check out the screenshot below.
Tag Heuer Connected ReviewWhile it isn’t a great battery, the charging speed isn’t worth it either. To get it fully charged, you will need to be away from your watch for at least 90 minutes. You can also buy an additional charger for an entry-level Fitbit for the price of a plastic charger.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chip with 1GB RAM and eightGB, Titanium Grade 5 case, AMOLED 1.39 inch display, the dimensions of which are 45 x 45x 13.7mm, it is heavier than Apple watch or Garmin’s Marq.
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It is, without a doubt, the best and most beautiful watch you can buy. The watch is so solid that you can feel it from a distance. The stainless steel case is easily visible from a distance. The brushed ceramic bezel is just as shiny, making it great for “showing off”. If you have the GPS open, you might have to show it off.
It measures 44mm in width and 13.5mm in thickness. This is not a small nor light device. The screen is 1.4 inches OLED and has a resolution of 454 x 454 pixels. This makes it easy to read text.
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No, you cannot make or receive phone calls from your watch. You can only see who is calling and accept or reject the call.