Casio reported Thursday it expects its Pro Trek Smart WSD-F30 smartwatch to be launched this 18th January, 2019. The smartwatch, which uses Google’s Wear OS as its operating system, was first officially declared in August at the IFA 2018 tech conference in Berlin, where it bagged 8 awards.
The tough F30 is made for outside adventurers, with water resistance up to 50 meters, in-built Global Positioning System and offline maps for areas without any network coverage. The watch got the most consideration, in any case, for its battery life guarantees, a sore spot with a year ago’s model. Utilizing exclusive innovation, the watch has another double layer monochrome and color screens to stretch out battery life up to 3 days. Utilizing just the monochrome screen guarantees to keep the watch running for an entire month, while as yet giving you access to the time, altimeter, compass and gauge.
Action and fitness tracking sensors keeps dominating a major section of the image for wearables like fitness bands and smartwatches. Driven by organizations like Apple, Fitbit and Garmin, watches are moving past basic pulse and movement trackers following to getting to be medical gadgets.
Casio’s watch, which keeps running on Google’s Wear OS (previously called Android Wear), has a number of outside-activity centered applications. As a major aspect of the present declaration, Casio said it has banded together with Bikeapp application to be available in the F30. You will have options of using disconnected (offline) maps and courses and additionally calculating your pace, distance and time in addition to other things.
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