In early 2016, Casio unwrapped an Android Wear 1.0 smartwatch called the WSDF10, which had a decent following among consumers. Now, at CES 2017, the Japanese electronics company has announced that the successor to the WSDF10 will be coming in April – the WSDF20.
The WSDF20 will be loading Google’s newest iteration of Android Wear and will be trucking with online and offline GPS support, via data from Mapbox.
The upcoming smartwatch will retain many of the features of the previous one like the same United States MIL-STD-810G toughness rating as well as water resistance of up to 50 meters in depth. In addition, according to Casio, the WSDF20 will also come with an “anti-fouling coating” which will reduce smudges on its display.
Casio has slated the WSDF20 for an April 21 launch but has not specified a price tag for the device. Meanwhile, for WSDF10 users, Casio has scheduled an upgrade to Android Wear 2.0 for 2017, with no specific date to mention.