Google and Qualcomm are working on a latest report from German tech site Winfuture.de.that should be arriving this fall, and more possible details continue to arrive during this year's . Google is expected to finally through its internal hardware division -- or its own watches, according to the
The three watches, code-named Ling, Triton and Sardine, could be differently sized, like Apple's 38mm and 42mm watches. Or, maybe one has cellular, and others don't, much like the. The report says the watches will have GPS, LTE and VoLTE support, and some (or all) will have heart rate sensing and the ability to detect stress levels.
It's easy to imagine there will be different watch models, and considering how smartwatches work for sizing and features, that would be expected. How different the models are, or how Google decides to differentiate them, will be the interesting part. LG made two different showcase Android Wear watches a year ago, theand the , which emphasized heart rate, GPS and phone calls in one model and more slim-line basic functions in the other. Maybe Google will consider a similar split in its upcoming watches this fall.
Google declined to comment on the report.
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