Following WSD-F10 outdoor smartwatch, Casio has announced WSD-F20, its latest GPS smartwatch powered by Android Wear 2.0 OS. Want to know more features of the wearable? Let’s keep checking.
Casio WSD-F20 is an advanced GPS equipped outdoor smartwatch that weighs approx 92g, and the watch case measures approx 61.7 x 56.4 x 15.7mm. As we can see from the images, the smartwatch shows off a tough and rugged design that enables it to meet US military standard MIL-STG-810. This means that WSD-F20 can be used under various environmental conditions, and its water-resistant casing with a water-resistant audio mic allows you to use it in rain and during water activities.
As an outdoor smartwatch, Casio WSD-F20 comes equipped with a low-power GPS chip that allows it to track your current location without needing a smartphone.
Integrated fitness tracker boasts built-in pressure sensor, compass and accelerometer in order to monitor your real-time activity levels and natural environments and built-in profiles fit various sports line hiking, cycling, fishing, paddling and more for more detailed tracking metrics.
Using a 1.32-inch dual layer display, you can quickly access to your tracking data during activities, and the dual-layer design ensures optimum visibility in all situations.
The outdoor smartwatch uses Bluetooth 4.1 technology to wirelessly connect with your smartphone, and it’s compatible with Google applications including Gmail, Google Voice Search, Google Maps, Google Fit and weather forecasts. In addition, its rechargeable battery offers more than one day of usage between charges.
Price and availability
Casio hasn’t unveiled the price and release date of WSD-F20, but if you’re interested, jump to Casio official site for its more details.