Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Leaked Images of Google's Android 2.0 Smartwatch

Android Wear 2.0 is finally coming to the masses after several months of delays. For the people that don't know, Google is bringing their OS to wearable, and Android 2.0 is their first attempt into the foray. The Android 2.0 is a Google's smartwatch that was co-developed by LG, and for the first time, we may just be getting the clearest look of the gadget.

Android 2.0 Smartwatch


The Android 2.0 watch is expected to feature a 1.2-inch, 360x360 display, 512MB of RAM, and a 240mAh battery juice. Other expected wireless connectivity features include Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, which are reportedly built in, but cellular connectivity, GPS, and NFC are said to be reserved for the larger, presumably more expensive model.




The bigger model of the watch is rumored to be 1.38-inch, with 480 by 480 screen, 756MB of RAM, and a 430mAh battery juice. Both watches will also apparently include a navigational crown similar to the one Apple uses on its watch. Android 2.0 wearables are said to be officially released by Google on February 9th. 

The best part is that you too can be an owner of any of the models of these Android 2.0 wearable gadgets, just by being an active reader on techvillz.com.




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