With the WSD-F10 last CES, Casio started the wave of rugged smartwatches running Android Wear. This year, the company is releasing a successor (via Digital Trends, now pulled) with minor design tweaks, a new low-power GPS sensor, and more offline functionality. More importantly, the WSD-F20 will run Android Wear 2.0 when it’s released in April.
Visually, the WSD-F20 looks similar to its predecessor, though is slightly slimmer due to more rugged lines versus the continuous smooth surface of the first generation. The screen gains “anti-fouling coating” which should prevent algae and other marine organisms from building up when wet… More at 9To5Google.
Good to see Casio sticking with the idea, but surprised to see the flat tyre look still in place at the bottom of the watch face.