Rumor: Google is working on two own Android Wear watches

Jul

7

2016

Google is reportedly on two Android Wear watches, both with a round screen. The watches should come some time after the new Nexus devices, and both run on Android Wear 2.0.

The smaller of the two is codenamed Swordfish and has a diameter of 42mm, with a thickness of 10,6mm, reports Android Police. He would resemble the Pebble Time Round with a thicker housing, less bezels around the screen, and more curves in the housing. The watch has a button, a crown on the right.

The largest one is called Angel Fish and has a diameter of 43,5mm and has a thickness of more than 14mm. It is the more comprehensive of the two with support for 4G, GPS and a built-in heart rate monitor. Moreover, the Angelfish has three buttons sit to the side, including a crown. It is unknown which Google will use the two extra buttons.

The watches have support for Google Assistant, the complement Google Now which the search giant at its developer conference I / O announced . What it means integration is unknown. The watch faces for the two Google watches, which possibly will fall into the Nexus line, in addition, offer additional features such as quick access to alerts and music controls. Android Police says nothing about any price for the watches.

Android Police says the hearing information from multiple sources. The site has a good track record in terms of Google rumors and has often in recent years as first information about unannounced Google products and services brought out.

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