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Fashion brand Fossil has teamed up with Intel to create a new range of wearables, including an Android Wear watch.
These will be the first wearables powered by Intel chips, with them utilising the Intel Curie module, rather than Qualcomm and other ARM-based solutions.
Expected to arrive in October – in time for Christmas, the full range consists of a connected bracelet, connected watch and Android Wear watch.
Few details have been confirmed about the devices but the Android Wear watch looks very similar to a Moto 360, with the same straight edge to the bottom of its curved screen.