Casio Reveals First G-Shock Smartwatch with Wear OS

Casio unveiled its first G-Shock smartwatch to run on Google’s Wear OS on Thursday

The watch is the latest member of its G-Squad Pro line of watches. The wearable, called GSW-H1000, has a wide range of sports features. These attributes include an accelerator, gyro meter, altitude sensor, GPS, and compass, among others. It also has an optical sensor for monitoring heart rate.

Like other members of its line, the GSW-H100 is rugged and durable. And it possesses shock and water resistance of up to 200 meters. Due to the Wear OS, it can utilize Google Assistant, Google Fit, and device notifications. Also, it can access Google Play apps.

With this device, sports and fitness enthusiasts will be enjoy better and more seamless operations.

If you are in the market for a smartwatch, endeavour to consider your options before deciding. This article has a list of the best smartwatches in 2020; you might prefer one of them. And on the off chance if you want something older, you can find watches from as far back as 2016 here.

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