Earlier this month, info spread across the web, detailing a supposed partnership between LG and Google to create two flagship Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches. Known as the Watch Sport and Watch Style, we apparently have an actual rendered picture of the watches now, still rumored to be unveiled at an event on February 9 alongside the official release of Android Wear 2.0. (more…)
According to a report out of Venturebeat, Google and LG have teamed up to launch two new Android Wear watches, the Watch Sport and Watch Style. The timing of the release of these watches is centered around the launch of Android Wear 2.0, which we now expect to arrive on February 9.
As you may have guessed, that’s only a few weeks away, yet we know almost nothing about either device, outside of the fact that we’re pretty sure at least one of them passed through the FCC last week with LTE on board. Thankfully, today’s report gives us further details on specs and availability. (more…)
Following news that Android Wear 2.0 was pushed to 2017, early February to be exact, Evan Blass sent out a tweet last night that claims we can all mark February 9 on our calendars as the date that the big wearable update officially launches. This is definitely the first date we have seen that isn’t a vague timeframe, so it’s certainly something to pencil in if you keep up with Android Wear news. (more…)
Back in September, just as we were getting excited about the launch of Android Wear 2.0, Google delayed its release, saying that we should instead expect it in “early 2017.” Well, it is now early 2017 and Google has narrowed the launch time frame through emails going out to Android Wear app developers. (more…)
At CES 2016, New Balance announced that it had an Android Wear device in the works that was supposed to launch before the end of the year. That never did happen, but we’re now at CES 2017 and they are co-announcing that product in deeper detail with Intel, plus we have specific pricing and launch info. (more…)
Last year at CES, Casio introduced their first Android Wear watch, a $500 outdoor-focused wearable for the extreme crowd. Unfortunately, it lacked one of the most important pieces of outdoor tech, a GPS, leaving many of us scratching our heads. This year, Casio is back with the next version, and yep, it has GPS. (more…)
Yesterday, during Qualcomm’s short CES press event, where the company announced full details of its Snapdragon 835 processor, we were also treated to a teaser for an upcoming Swarovski product. Swarovski, an iconic crystal and jewelry brand, has teamed up with tech players in the past, but in 2017 will launch its own Android Wear watch. (more…)