Rumors of Google Smartwatch

After impressing us with apps of Google Glasses, there are rumors that Google is also working on another interesting project, Google smart watch. Like Apple and Samsung advanced watches rumors of Google smart watch are a hot topic in the market. It is very obvious that Google will not keep itself on the back seat when it comes to new technology, so we can hope that sooner or later Google smartwatch will hit the market.

 

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Major challenges that developer team can face in order of designing this new smartwatch can be, making it simple to work on a small touch screen, embedding all the technologies in a tiny gadget, and providing fast and quality gadget that has moderate price range so that casual customers can also buy and use Google smartwatch. New Google smart watch is expected to have processors, GPS, many mobile software, Bluetooth, wireless networking options and many more. Google has patent smart watch” with dual-screen “flip-up display”, that supports finger touch with camera, so rumors of the smartwatch likely to be true.

 
Release dates or any specifications are not known yet. Google Smartwatch are eagerly awaited we hope that this rumor will turn to reality very soon.


Dheeraj Jain is a Confident, Devoted, Affable 20 year’s old student. The blogger is passionate about blogging and new gadgets. By providing information to the people the blogger wants to make his future bright. He sees this work as a source of current affairs of gadgets market. This mindset increases the interest of blogger in his work.

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2 Responses to “Rumors of Google Smartwatch”

  1. John Blatant

    May 17. 2013

    I’m hoping that we’ll get to see this Google Smartwatch in reality by the end of 2013. Do you think that can happen?
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