The titanium version of Samsung’s flagship smartwatch, the Ti 89, has been rated at 91.5% by the International Titanium Association.
The rating is a bit higher than the 89.8% that Samsung said it would give the watch to consumers when it launched it in February.
Ti 89 will also be available in a black version, with a titanium melting point of 89.5 degrees Celsius, the association said.
The watch will also feature a titanium band, with the band’s diameter measured in millimeters.
It will be available for purchase on June 12, the organization said.
Ti 89 is made from titanium dioxide, which is the same material that was used to make the titanium watches on which the Samsung watches are based.
The company is not disclosing the exact percentage of titanium that went into the titanium-coated Ti 89 watches, but it said the titanium content of its watches is about 70% titanium dioxide and 40% titanium.
Ti89 Titanium is a stainless steel that’s produced by a process that uses steam to produce the titanium alloy, a type of metal used for a variety of consumer products, from watches to jewelry.
It’s used in other industries, too, such as aircraft parts and electronics, but the Ti89 titanium watches are the first to use it for smartwatches.