Activity tracker company Misfit is launching its first touchscreen smartwatch. Thee Misfit Vapor has all the fitness features you’d expect from a Misfit device, including the ability to track steps, heart rate, and sleep. But it also has GPS for location monitoring, WiFi, and Bluetooth.
The Vapor can pair with a smartphone, but you can also leave your phone at home and pair a set of Bluetooth headphones with the watch for listening to music while running.
Misfit’s watch has a 1.4 inch round AMOLED display and a “touch bezel” that allows you to navigate apps and watch faces or access notifications without touching the screen itself.
It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor, and features 4GB of storage. The Misfit Vapor should get up to 2 days of battery life and the Vapor charges via a USB cable and comes with a magnetic charging cradle.
The watch is also water resistant to 50 meters and Misfit says you can take it swimming.
One thing the watch doesn’t have is an operating system you’ve heard of. Instead of Android Wear, the watch runs custom software from Misfit.
The Misfit Vapor will be available in black or rose gold when it goes on sale this summer for $199.