A smartwatch with a battery that lasts for years has arrived: a battery powered by electricity.
A lot of it.
Google is finally starting to release a battery-powered smartwatch, the Google Watch Sport, that will be available in April 2018.
The company announced the smartwatch on Tuesday, and it has already started selling the first units.
But, the company still needs to overcome a few challenges.
The biggest one, according to Google’s Chief Financial Officer Jim White, is that battery life is going to be an issue.
The Google Watch sport uses an aluminum casing that weighs a whopping 12 grams and is 2.2 inches thick.
That is, the watch’s battery pack is the same size as the battery used in many other smartwatches, like the Fitbit Flex and the Samsung Gear Live.
The company is working to solve this problem with its BatteryBoost technology, which uses two types of lithium-ion batteries to create a much larger battery.
That allows the battery to hold more energy for longer, and allows for the watch to last longer in the dark.
Google has also been working on an electric battery pack that can create a smaller battery for the same amount of power.
But the company hasn’t made any progress on that front.
The biggest issue is that the batteries themselves aren’t very efficient, according a source familiar with the company’s plans.
For instance, the battery itself is rated at 300 milliamp-hours per kilogram, which is more than half of what a normal battery pack would produce.
White said the battery is a bit more than the average wearable battery, and Google wants to make sure it’s more efficient than the batteries used in most smartwear.
White said that the battery will only last as long as the wearer is wearing it, but the company will make sure that the watch is never turned off.
The battery will have a battery life of 30 hours on one charge and a battery charge lasts up to 10 hours.
The next big challenge is that Google is going after two of the biggest market segments of the smartwear market: the people who wear them everyday and the people that use them daily.
The people who actually wear the smartwears tend to be older people, according White, and people who are using them for work tend to have more extensive battery life requirements.
For example, most smartwatch users need a battery for their cameras and sensors, which can take days or even weeks to charge.
White said the company is aiming to lower that requirement for the battery pack.
The final piece of the puzzle is how to keep the battery charge as long and as healthy as possible.
The Google Watch is an extremely lightweight watch, but that is changing in 2018.
Its battery is designed to last about six to eight hours, which would give the watch a slightly better battery life than many other watches, like Nike’s LeBron James Watch.
Google said that it will charge the battery in-house, using an internal battery charger.
That would make the battery a bit smaller, and also make it more energy efficient, White said.
For instance:If you’re using the Google watch on the road, you’ll need a charger for the charging process.
If you’re traveling from one location to another, the charge will take a little longer.
White noted that Google will continue to develop the battery and charge system, and that it is already working with a number of manufacturers to get that work done.
Google is still working on some of the other issues that will keep smartwares from being as energy-efficient as the average consumer’s wrist, like power management.
It will be a while before that changes, however.
Google will also be working on other aspects of smartwearing.
White mentioned that Google’s smartwatch bands are designed for different types of wrist, and the company plans to offer bands with different power levels.
That will be very important for users that don’t want to wear the watch on their wrists everyday, because it will limit their battery life.
Google said that its battery packs will be “a much more reliable alternative to standard battery packs,” but that the company has no specific plans to replace its current battery packs.