Louis Vuitton unveils Tambour Horizon with Android Wear 2.0

Smartwatches aren’t going anywhere any time soon, especially since luxury brands like Louis Vuitton are only recently getting in on the fun.

Today Louis Vuitton has officially announced its first foray into the smartwatch market, the Tambour Horizon. It’s running Android Wear 2.0 and has a round AMOLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 390×390, which sits underneath a sapphire crystal. There’s no word on other specifications, including what processor is under the hood, though that’s likely a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100.

The Tambour Horizon doesn’t have a heart rate monitor on board, as Louis Vuitton figured a sapphire crystal company logo would do much better on the back of the wearable. As for how much it costs? There are two variants, the first of which is a stainless steel model priced at $2,450. The other variant is black and is priced at $2,900.

There’s no exact release date to circle on the calendar just yet, but Louis Vuitton says it will be available soon.

Who’s making the Louis Vuitton Tambour Horizon their next smartwatch? Anyone?