Casio launches a G-Shock smartwatch equipped with Wear OS. GSW-H1000 is very powerful and can work up to two hundred meters underwater. It is the first G-Shock smartwatch with a color display.
from GSW-H1000 It has a thick body which Casio says is very strong. This would also make the smartwatch suitable for more extreme sports, such as surfing and snowboarding. The watch has a titanium case and case, with dimensions of 65.6×56.3×19.55 mm and a weight of 103 grams. According to Casio, the screen is so thick that the watch can be used deeper underwater, up to two hundred meters.
The GSW-H1000 runs on Wear OS, which is Google’s wearable operating system. This is shown on a 1.2-inch color LCD screen with a diagonal of 360 x 360 pixels, and the screen can also work in monochrome. Always availableShow. The battery will last for about a day and a half in color mode and up to a month in power saving modes.
The smartwatch has an onboard GPS and is Bluetooth 4.2 Low Energy. There is also Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n and a microphone on the device. It is not known when the watch will be released in the Netherlands. In the UK it is on the site For 700 euros.
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