Google's Android Wear smartwatches could look like these renders
We've already heard that Google has been prototyping a pair of Android Wear smartwatches that could be built in house, but based on the fish-themed codenames of the devices -- Angelfish and Swordfish -- we're guessing they are more likely Nexus devices. We had gotten vague descriptions before but now there are a couple product renders to show what the devices could look like.
Android Police tends to be solid with their info in cases like this.According to the report, there are two devices in the works, the larger (Angelfish) will be more premium with options like LTE connectivity and GPS, while the smaller (Swordfish) will likely be less expensive. The images we're getting are renders recreated from "primary source material" (we assume that means images or even the products themselves) in order to protect the source of the originals. That said,
Both devices feature perfectly round displays, which means the bezels have to be a bit thicker than that on the Moto 360. The Angelfish watch will reportedly not use Google's MODE interchangeable watch bands, but Swordfish will. Angelfish is also reportedly thicker in order to house the LTE hardware and a larger battery.
What do you think of how these watches look? Are you interested?
source: Android Police