According to the rumor mill a new report via AndroidPolice claims that Google will be launching two new smartwatches along with the two new Nexus phones this year. The report suggests that the watches will be launched under the Nexus brand name and both watches will come with a version of Google Assistant.
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The watches according to the report which takes its information from unnamed sources says that the watches will be launched after the phones have been made available. There will be a bigger watch which will include LTE and GPS and a smaller watch without these features to appeal to the public who dislikes wearing big smartwatches.
The whole thing should end up being an interesting spectacle as it will be quite a challenge for Google to decide upon which of the features it deems unnecessary for the watch to ensure its smaller size and how big will the bigger watch have to be to inculcate all the features we are hoping for. The watches will most probably be round with the flat tire effect missing.
The bigger watch codenamed as Angelfish is expected to look a lot the Moto 360 currently available and be sporty rather than fashion forward. This shortlists the target market to health enthusiasts hence making health monitoring a key feature of the watch.
The smaller watch referred to as swordfish will be a more refined design of the Pebble Time Round. The watch is expected to look more like an Apple watch than an Android watch because of its delicate design.
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We are unsure about the accuracy of the report but based on the confidence with which the report has claimed about the watches and their prospective outlook this might just be true but we are dubious about whether it will include the Nexus name or not.