Google to release Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches Angelfish, Swordfish next year


Tech Giant Google has announced on Thursday that it will come up with two new smartwatches Swordfish and Angelfish in year 2017.

Twitter leakster Evan Blass shared on Twitter that Google is releasing its two new smartwatches within the first three-month period of next year. 

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Currently, Google is working on two smartwatch models including Angelfish and Swordfish for its customers. In July, the company announced about these two new smartwatches. But now, the company has been delaying Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch for early next year.

Google will release Android Wear 2.0 next year while it has told their competitors to release smartwatches this year.

The Swordfish smartwatch is going to be an entry-level wearable without LTE and GPS. On the other hand, the larger Angelfish smartwatch is expected to come with LTE and GPS connectivity that will work sans a Bluetooth connection. 

Android Wear 2.0 will accompany new components. The upgraded OS is additionally reputed to make Google's smartwatches equipped for working certain summons all alone without the need of a combined up cell phone.

Google is purportedly reevaluating its equipment division, and this is demonstrated by its choice to scrap the Nexus line and begin its Pixel-marked cell phone arrangement. The organization has additionally joined the shrewd speaker advertise as of late by declaring its voice-initiated Google Home speaker, which works with Google Assistant.

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