Well, it looks like Casio is one of the first companies to launch a smartwatch powered by Android Wear 2.0, Google's new OS aimed at wearables. Casio’s Pro Trek WSD-F20 smartwatch was officially introduced at CES, but it won't be available for purchase until April 21.
Even though there are no details about its price, it's worth noting the predecessor was priced to sell for $500, so the new one should be around the same amount. The WSD-F20 is a rugged smartwatch that features MIL-STD-810G rating.
The smartwatch features dual-layer display, monochrome and color modes, as well as low power consumption functionality. Casio also included a low-power GPS sensor and color maps that can be downloaded for offline use.
The Pro Trek WSD-F20 comes with several Casio apps for tracking and assisting outdoor activities, and in particular an app called Location Memory, which adds in location markers with notes using speech recognition.
Obviously, there will be other apps and interesting features coming with Casio's Pro Trek WSD-F20 aside from Android Wear 2.0 such as additional watch faces.