Samsung reportedly will launch smart watches that run the Android operating system designed specifically Wear by Google for devices that can be used in the human body or wearable devices.
The launch event will be held in the conference app developers Google I/O on June 25, 2014 in the United States.
Sources close to the plans told CNET that Samsung will release two models of Android smart watches Wear, ie using processors made by Qualcomm and Samsung itself.
Samsung has previously made smart watches Android-based Galaxy Gear. The South Korean company has also introduced a watch that goes with Tizen operating system, namely Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo.
Google introduced Android Wear in March 2014. Tech companies such as Motorola, LG, HTC, Asus, and Samsung, have expressed their desire to make smart watches with this new operating system.
Google seems to also be lobbying firm fashion in order to adopt Android Wear. Fossil watches will release Android Wear the end of 2014.
Wear the Android user interface adapted to the small screen. Not only circular watches, Android also supports design Wear a watch with a square screen.
In addition to showing the time, Android Wear is also equipped with a number of reliable features, including a fitness applications and Google Maps. There are also features Google Now that allows users to give commands by voice.
Google also allows Android Wear support multi-screen. For example, a song that is played from watches, musical sounds can be removed from the speaker in the smart phone. This is possible if the user has linked Wear Android device with Android phones via Bluetooth connection.