By Anton D. Nagy | October 29, 2013 9:19 AM
Well, Google’s smartwatch didn’t launch this month, as a report indicated at the beginning of October — though there are three days left. Furthermore, the Wall Street Journal’s sources are claiming that the hardware is just now in “late-stage development” and Google is allegedly in talks with suppliers regarding production.
Mass production of the smartwatch should start within months, said one such source, which also mentioned that Google was working on battery life, specifically on making it longer, requiring less charges. The Google smartwatch is expected to run Android, feature Google Now, and be able to communicate with a wide array of smartphones and tablets. Information such as texts, e-mails, weather, and others are mentioned alongside the ability to make recommendations and answer questions.
Source: The Wall Street Journal