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Michael Kors unveils next generation of smartwatches

Fashion brand Michael Kors has revealed its latest generation of touchscreen smartwatches.

The three new watch designs —Michael Kors Access Lexington 2, Michael Kors Access Bradshaw 2, and Michael Kors Access MKGO—are all powered with Wear OS by GoogleTM and Qualcomm® Snapdragon WearTM 3100.

Using two of Michael Kors’ best-selling platforms, the Lexington 2 and Bradshaw 2 smartwatches feature the addition of a speaker allowing users the ability to take calls on their smartwatch.

Using a proprietary app rolling out later this month, both Android and iPhone users will be able to make and receive Bluetooth-enabled phone calls directly from their watch. Additionally, users can talk with the Google Assistant, hear sound alerts for notifications and play music from compatible apps.

Also new for Lexington 2 and Bradshaw 2 are extended battery modes that offer four battery life settings.

The Lexington 2 is available in a gold tone, a rose gold tone, a silver tone or a two tone stainless steel while the Bradshaw 2 comes with a case and strap combination in gunmetal, rose gold-tone, gold-tone or silver-tone stainless steel.

Michael Kors Access MKGO is the brand’s lightest smartwatch to date, and is available with pink, black, white or red silicone straps.

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