Casio’s additional Android Wear watch is just as huge, feature-packed and proud as the last, and it’s alive Android Wear 2.0. It’s the not-so-smoothly called Casio WSD-F20, an aftereffect to the F10, and just as the brand name and an individual glance at the watch would advance you to accept it’s an absolute bout for those with a successful lifestyle.
Similarly, as before we’re taking a gander at a tremendous, bulky watch that will overshadow most wrists and even put my modest Gear S3 Frontier to dishonor. The new watch has a greater bezel than its sign with some additional wording to go with its flock of screws, handles, and catches. The 1.32-inch show sincerely doesn’t look as incredible as others out there (in addition, yes, there’s a “punctured tire”), yet on the other hand, this watch is built for quality.
The Latest Outdoor Smart Watch WSD-F20 is one of the best WSD-F10’s more obvious oversights by adding up a GPS support. In addition to this, Casio is also including the ability of the downloading maps from the Map box and use it them as offline in tandem with the GPS system. The GPS data can be used with the watch’s Activity app while recording the main path traveled hiking, kayaking and hiking and more. These are the main features should make the watch a lot more useful as the independent smartphone device.
The Newly watch runs on Android 2.0 and the WSD-F10 will also receive an update of the new OS soon. Most of the smart watch for outdoor are most using with new functionality is found in Casio’s personal software, so feature like that the new watch faces will be probably important
The New Casio will be selling the WSD-F20 for $500 as expected (the same price as the WSD-F10 when it launched) and when it releases on the April.
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