When Apple Watch hits store shelves, we won’t know how big a hit it will be

Apple Watch sales have been on a tear lately, but we haven’t yet seen a device hit stores that’s truly big enough to be worth buying.

That’s not the case for the new Apple Watch.

Apple is announcing on Thursday that its newest smartwatch will be available in a variety of sizes and configurations, including a 25-inch display.

The company’s new smartwatch comes with a battery life of up to five days of continuous use, according to a press release.

It has a 10-megapixel camera, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, and a heart rate monitor.

The watch is $249 for the 32GB model, and $299 for the 64GB model.

It’s available starting this Thursday for $249.99.

The $300 Apple Watch Sport model has a 25.6-inch screen, a heart-rate monitor, and an NFC sensor.

The model with the same display size is $349.99 and the 32G model is $449.99, with shipping in early September.

The company’s release comes just a few weeks after its Apple Watch 2 debuted, but its biggest competitor, the Samsung Gear S3, isn’t shipping yet.

The Gear S2 had a 2560×1440 display, a 5.7-megapixels rear camera, and NFC, but the Gear S1 had a 2048×1536 display, 5.9-megapsis rear camera and an optical HR sensor.