This is what new Google smartwatches would look like
Recently we reported Google could be working on its own Android Wear 2.0-powered smartwatches. Back then we didn’t have picture to support the claim. But if the render above (revealed by Android Police) is anything to go by, this is what the two rumored Google Assistant-enabled smartwatches code named Anglefish and Swordfish could look like.
Android Police has created the renders of Google smartwatches based on the information collected from their source, and the site claims these are quite accurate.
The larger dial watch is the Angelfish with three function buttons on the right.
The smaller dial watch is the Swordfish with just one function button. Swordfish however has a smaller bezel underneath the glass, which Android Police believes will allow Google to minimize the width of the Swordfish so it’s not just a replica of the Moto 360, which also runs Android Wear.
Angelfish is rumored to feature interchangeable bands and support a 42 mm display measuring only 43.5 mm at the thickest point. The smartwatch will come with embedded GPS and LTE support and feature fitness tracking.
Swordfish will have a similar a 42 mm display as the Angelfish and measure only 10.6 mm thick. It will have Google assistant integration but no fitness tracking option.
There is still dearth of information on the smartwatches, but we expect more information to flow in as release date of new Nexus phones nears, and we’ll keep you updated.