Almost all existing smartwatches currently support touch screens. Because this can make it easier for users to access features on the smartwatch so they don’t depend on buttons.
Talking about smartwatches, recently Casio officially launched a smartwatch with the first Wear OS operating system from the G-Shock line. This G-Shock smartwatch comes in a shape like the G-Shock in general but runs Google’s Wear OS operating system.
Comes with the name G-Shock GSW-H1000, the smartwatch which is priced at US $699 (around N286,000 naira) is intended for users who have a hobby of exercising but still want to get a lot of information from smartphones.
This watch also comes with a variety of cool features from the GPS sensor, compass, altitude, accelerometer, to the gyrometer. The screen on this watch measures 1.2 inches with a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels.
The battery life is claimed to last up to one and a half days when using a screen with colour mode, while for monochrome mode it can last up to one month. According to Casio, the charging time only takes 3 hours.
In fact, this is not the first time Casio has presented a watch with Wear OS. But for the G-Shock line, the watch series that has been around since the 1980s now has many features thanks to the Wear OS.