Guess Unveils Two New Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches, 2017 Guess Connect Coming in Fall This Year [VIDEO]
Guess previously revealed their Guess Connect smartwatch products back in 2015. Now, two years later, the company has unveiled their latest take on the Android smartwatch with their 2017 Guess Connect devices. The American clothing brand and retailer unveiled two new watches in their 2017 Guess Connect line, which includes one designed for women and another specifically designed for men.
The brand new wearable devices feature traditional round watch faces and run the latest version of Google's new Android Wear 2.0 operating system. According to Phone Dog, the smaller of the two devices sports a 41mm case that is encrusted with clear crystals all around. The watch has been revealed to be available in silver, rose gold and gold. The men's version, on the other hand, has a larger 44mm case that does not have any crystals on it, for obvious reasons.
Guess hasn't really revealed any of the hardware specs for the device, but the company did reveal that the watches will be sporting a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 processor. As it is running the latest Android Wear 2.0 operating system, the devices will include features such as handwriting and keyboard for text replies. Messaging is also made easy through the use of speech, swipe, and standard text through the new operating system.
In a press release announcing the new product, via Globe News Wire, Guess also revealed that they will have hundreds of combinations that will be available for the watch's face, straps, subdials, and watch colors. The devices have also been revealed to be coming with several fitness features for those who are looking to use the devices for outdoor activities and workouts.
Guess joins other traditional watch manufacturers, including Tag Heuer and Montblanc, in releasing their latest Android Wear products this year. Guess will reportedly be releasing the 2017 Guess Connect smartwatch as part of their Fall/Winter 2017 collection.