Although no official images have been released by Google, website Android Police has released images of the near-finished product.
The two devices in question, code names Angelfish and Swordfish, are Google’s addition to the smartwatch market.
The larger of two, AngelFish, will be the more advanced option, with features such as GPS, LTE support, and a heart rate monitor. Swordfish on the other hand (heh) will be a more traditional model, comparable to most smartwatches currently on the market. Reports suggest both devices will support Google assistant, the companies new search feature.
As you can see from the pictures below, Angelfish not only sports a larger screen, but also two additional buttons on the side of the watch. The device is also supported by a thicker design. In contrast, Swordfish sports a sleeker, more classical watch design. The smaller version only has a single button on the side, that appears to double as an adjustable switch. Additionally, because of its size Angelfish will use proprietary wristbands, while Swordfish will use MODE watch bands.
Coming from one of the biggest tech companies in the world, Google’s smartwatches appear to be quite tame, especially compared to Samsung’s recently patented projecting smartwatch.
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