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Misfit's Vapor Android Wear watch goes on sale October 31st

The Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch will set you back $200.
Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
October 24, 2017
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Nobody can say that Misfit Vapor is vaporware anymore. The smartwatch will finally be available for purchase on October 31st from Misfit's website, though its email subscribers will have the chance to get one earlier than that. We first saw Vapor at CES 2017 back in January when it was still running the company's custom software. A few months later, Misfit changed its tune and switched its proprietary OS with Android Wear 2.0 -- that's the version we're getting on the 31st.

Vapor has a 1.39-inch full round AMOLED display, 4GB of memory and a touch bezel you can use to browse apps. It can play music on its own without a phone, is water resistant up to to 164 feet and runs on Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor. The device also has all Wear 2.0's features, including Google Assistant, which you can summon by saying "OK, Google."

Misfit's upcoming device is already one of the better-looking smartwatches we've seen. But as a nice bonus, you'll be able to choose from various colors -- jet black, rose gold, silver and gold -- once it goes on sale on Misfit.com for $200.

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