Google to release two Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches in the beginning of 2017
We already know that the smartwatches are code-named Swordfish and Angelfish. The former is a 42mm watch that operates with a single button, supports interchangeable bands, and is going to be sold in silver, titanium, and rose gold colors.
The latter is more technologically inclined, with built-in LTE and GPS connectivity which will let it function as a standalone device that need not be tethered to a smartphone. It's also said to feature a heart rate sensor and three hardware buttons for control.
Below, we have two (supposedly credible) renders of the upcoming smartwatches. As you can see, they are both circular and feature a clean, understated aesthetic typical of Google hardware.