Popular fashion brand Guess today announced the launch of its own Android Wear-powered smartwatch. The announcement has been made ahead of Baselworld 2017 which is the world’s biggest watch-related trade show. The Guess Connect Android Wear smartwatch comes in two sizes and runs on a Qualcomm processor.

Guess Connect smartwatch is available in 44mm and 41 case sizes so they’re aimed at both men and women. The design is a lot similar to the original Connected watches from Guess which were basically hybrid models created in partnership with Martian. That lineup got its design inspiration from the Guess Rigor model.

Powered by Android Wear 2.0, the new Guess Connect packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor. More information about the sensors that it has and other technical bits and pieces will be confirmed over the coming days.

The company is going to sell its new smartwatch in navy blue and several blinged out metallic finishes in rose gold, gold, and silver colors. Guess says that customers will be able to choose from more than a hundred combinations of different display faces, subdials, and colors.

No word as yet on how much the new Guess Connect smartwatch is going to cost and when customers who are looking to pick one up will be able to buy it.

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