Casio launches its new Wear OS G-Shock Smartwatch

In its long-rune G-Shock series, Casio launched the GSW-H1000, the first smartwatch of Wear OS. The watch will cost USD 699 and UKD 599. It comes in red, blue, or black. The watch will cost USD 599. The Casio GSW-H1000 is a health tracker with up to 200 meters of shock and water resistance. It's all built for sailing, snowboarding, and more.

The watch comes with a 1,2-inch 360 x 360 dual-layer monitor that combines an always-on monochrome LCD display with a hardware color LCD screen.

The GSW-H1000 has plenty of wellness smartwatch functionality. Casio's built-in application provides 15 training courses and 24 indoor fitness opportunities. In addition, it supports GPS and features a built-in compass, altitude sensor, and gyro meter. You can download the wear OS from the PlayStore and have Google Assistant and Google Fit support.

Casio launches its new Wear OS G-Shock Smartwatch

This watch is designed for length, independent of the battery life, with its bulky metal and urethane case and titanium coating. Its hard construction provides both a shock and a 20-bar water resistance ratings, meaning that water pressure equal to 200 meters was measured.

In the near future, Casio and other robust smartwatch vendors will do a lot of work. But the GSW-H1000 seems to be able to cope with the mission on paper.

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