Google is making two smartwatches of its own, according to a report of Android Police. The website also claimed that the Android Wear OS based smartwatches will be released some time after the release Nexus phones this year.
“One watch will be larger, sportier, and more fully-featured (LTE, GPS, heart rate), the other will be smaller and lack the aforementioned mobile data and GPS,” the report further claimed.
While terming its sources quite reliable, the website also added that both watches will come with full circular displays. They are codenamed as Swordfish and Angelfish.
Angelfish is said to be like Moto 360 and LG’s Urbane 2nd Edition LTE. Angelfish has three buttons and is 14 mm thick. It is said to have 43.5 mm diameter, GPS, LTE, and a heart-rate monitor.
Swordfish is the small variant with a 42 mm screen, with 42mm diameter and 10.6mm – 0.8mm thickness. Swordfish is expected to come in silver, titanium, and rose gold colours. However, Swordfish will not have LTE or GPS nor heart rate monitor, added the report.
As per Android Police, Google might be working on a brand new style of watch faces that will allow quicker access to notifications, information, or media controls for apps or other functions. They are also likely to come with Google Assistant integration.
As per rumours, HTC made Google Nexus devices are expected to be launched later this September.
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