The Casio WSD-F20 Pro Trek smartwatch is built for the outdoor adventurer. It’s enormously chunky build means if you got jumped by a Sasquatch while on your outdoor adventures, the hairy beast would have himself a perfectly fitting smartwatch for his behemoth wrist. In addition to its gargantuan profile, the WSD-F20 also has a name that’s harder to remember than any other Android Wear smartwatch.
The Watch comes with Android Wear 2.0 and features a built-in GPS, full-color maps, offline map capability, digital compass, altimeter and a barometer among other features to help you keep your bearings while trekking, in the wilderness and city alike.
With Android Wear 2.0 comes features such as Google Play, Translate, Fit and the Assistant formerly known as Google Now. There are also tons of third-party apps available.
The latest news emerging from the Casio camp is a new partnership agreement with H19 Ltd, makers of the popular golf app, HOLE19. The Android Wear golfing app has been around since February 2017 and brings wrist-based features such as course maps and distances to front, center and back of green.
The partnership agreement between Casio and H19 was formed out of ambition to promote the golf app on the GPS-enabled WSD-F20 Pro Trek smartwatch to enhance the experience of golfers without them or their caddy needing to reach for a smartphone.
The HOLE19 golfing app has been downloaded over a million times and provides coverage on over 40,000 courses in 173 countries worldwide, as well as offering an integrated golfer centric social platform.
We’re not sure yet whether using HOLE19 with the Casio WSD-F20 Pro Trek offers anything unique when compared to using it with other GPS-enabled Android Wear watches.
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