Misfit, best known for its fitness-focused wearable devices, unveiled its Vapor smartwatch earlier this year. The smartwatch comes with several fitness features as well so it ties in nicely with the company’s wider product lineup. Misfit has now confirmed a couple of key details about the Vapor, such as the fact that the Vapor will be running Android Wear 2.0 when it’s finally released later this year in the summer. We also know how much it’s going to cost.

The Misfit Vapor smartwatch is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, it has a 1.39 inch circular AMOLED display, a touch-enabled bezel that can be used to navigate the various features, and a heart rate sensor.

Aside from its integrated GPS, the smartwatch also features 4GB of storage and happens to be water resistant to up to 50 meters. Customers who want to pick one up will be able to purchase it in either Jet Black or Rose Gold colors. Five different color options will be offered for the bands.

Misfit hasn’t confirmed as yet precisely when this smartwatch is going to be available for purchase but at least it’s confirming that it’s going to be powered by Android Wear 2.0 and that it’s going to cost $199 when it’s released this summer.

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