Shinola Watch: The first Android Wear watch with Apple’s watchOS 3

Shinola Watch: The first Android Wear watch with Apple’s watchOS 3

Shinola has finally announced its latest wearable watch, the Shinola Wat.

It’s the first smartwatch to use Apple’s Watch OS 3, a major update that includes the ability to sync your watch’s apps and activity to your phone and lets you customize it for specific functions like music playback.

The Wat is also the first Android device to be powered by Apple’s iOS software, making it a worthy successor to the company’s iPhone and iPad smartwatches.

It runs on Android Wear, an operating system that offers an extremely slick interface that’s compatible with both Apple’s own iOS and Android apps.

Shinola will ship the Wat in Japan starting on January 26, but we can expect it to hit the U.S. and Europe in the coming months.

Shinolabs has also added Android Pay support to the Wat, allowing you to use it to buy and buy things on your phone or to make purchases using your phone.

The company is also working on a new smartwatch, the Rota, that will come out in the second half of this year.

If you’re planning on buying a smartwatch from Shinola, be sure to check out our guide to buying a new Apple Watch.

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