Google could launch its own Android powered smartwatches in Q1’17

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CIOL Google could launch its own Android powered smartwatches in Q1’17

Google is back in the rumor circuits. However, this time, it's regarding the Android wear that is yet to receive consideration from the users or the market.


Evan Blass, the popular gadget-leaker, has confirmed the latest report that Google’s Android-powered smartwatches will make a most certain debut, in Q1 of 2017. The watches are reportedly codenamed Angelfish and Swordfish and will vary in specifications, but both will be designed around Google's AI assistant.


According to a report by Android Police, Angelfish, the larger model, will be capable of LTE and GPS connectivity to run independently from a Bluetooth connection. The smaller model, Swordfish, lacks LTE and GPS but will likely have a lower price tag.

Google recently delayed Android Wear 2.0 until early next year, which was first announced at Google's IO conference. The company might debut the new wrist friendly version of Android alongside the new smartwatches.

Recently, Google released a series of new gadgets that include two Pixel smartphones, a voice-activated Speaker, a VER viewer, A Wi-Fi router and a 4K Chromecast.

Google is yet to confirm the report. Google is probably getting ready to beat the other players of the smartwatch segment, such as Apple Watch.

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