the first smart G-Shock with WearOS

The Casio GSW-H1000 is the first G-Shock smartwatch with Wear OS of Google. It is a wearable that joins the G-Squad Pro sports line with a shock-resistant structure, heart rate monitor, accelerometer, gyrometer, GPS and sensors to measure altitude and air pressure Thanks to its compatibility with mobile phones, it is able to receive calls.

The G-Shock GSW-H1000 It has several features that match its range, such as a reinforced aluminum and urethane case and an anti-corrosive titanium back cover.

The watch appears to be very solid and promises a water resistance of 200 meters, a characteristic that makes it one of the most resistant in that section.

Casio G-Shock GSW-H1000 Technical Specifications

CASIO G-Shock GSW-H1000
Screen LCD Casio Pro-Trek dual
Dimensions 65,6 x 56,3 x 19,5 mm
Weight 104 g
Connectivity WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth
Resistance Ruggedized aluminum and shock resistant urethane case
Water resistant to 200 meters
Operating system and compatibility Wear OS (Android)
Compatible con Android e iOS
Sensors and more GPS, heart rate, calorie consumption, barometer, compass, altimeter, tides, moon phases, gyrometer, accelerometer, step counter
Autonomy Up to 1.5 days in color mode
Up to a month in economy mode

Casio has confirmed that its new smartwatch will weigh 104 g, which leaves it above 70 g of other proposals in the same line. As for the dimensions, the firm has not provided details, but rumors indicate that they would be 65.6 x 56.3 x 19.5 mm.

In its essence it speaks of sport and adventure as it has a complete range of sensors such as GPS, gyro, compass and altitude and air pressure meters. The Casio GSW-H1000 features a Pro-Trek dual display, combining a 1.32-inch main TFT LCD with a standard one used to display basic data and save battery.

Battery life is estimated to be around a day and a half if you are using the color screen, and extends up to a month if you only use the standard screen. A full charge takes around three hours, according to Casio. However, the company does not provide details of autonomy with active training modes and GPS tracking.

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