The world’s only wearable computer is now available in Japan, and its new name is the Nike G-Shock.
The watch, which costs ¥1,800 ($14), will be available starting this year in the city of Osaka and Tokyo, but will also be available globally, including at the Nike store on August 2.
The G-Shocks feature a touch-screen display and can read and write text.
Its specs are similar to the Nike’s other smartwatch, the Nike+ Watch 2, which launched in 2017.
The company, which has also made a number of smartwatch designs, recently launched the NikeG-Shock 3 smartwatch in partnership with Japanese smartphone manufacturer Sharp, and is working with several companies including Apple, LG, Sony, Samsung, and Vivo.
The G-shock 3, which is expected to cost $1,500, features a 2,600-by-2,600 touchscreen display and will also support Apple Pay, and has a black plastic shell.
The watch also comes with a pair of 3,000mAh batteries that can last up to two months.
The NikeG is the latest in a series of smartwatches launched in Japan and Japan, where it is the world leader in the smartwatch industry, and the first smart watch that has a touch display.
In the United States, Apple’s iPhone X, the world first to be powered by a 3-D display, was released in late 2018.
In Japan, the company has been aggressively building up its portfolio of smart watches, which includes its first smartphone that is powered by Android Wear, the G Watch R, as well as a range of other devices and accessories.
The company also introduced the G-Series, which it says has a bigger screen and features a touch interface, at the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Ahead of the Tokyo Olympics, Nike’s Japanese partner, Japanese smartphone maker Sharp, unveiled its own smartwatch.
The new watch, called the Nike Plus Watch 2 , will be made by the company and will launch in Japan this fall, with prices ranging from ¥1.5 million to ¥2 million.
According to Bloomberg, Nike will also introduce the Nike Zoom, which will be the first watch to be made exclusively from titanium.