Google is definitely the initiator of wearable computing devices. However, other tech-giants are keen on launching their own wearable computing implements. According to reports, Samsung and Microsoft are looking to launch their own wearable computing gadgets. But on the contrary, sources say that Google is looking forward to enhance its relationship with Samsung. Korean Times reported that Google has planned to use Samsung’s OLED display technology on its Google Glass.
Google Glass was distributed to eight hundred participants, selected via a contest on Twitter. Months back, a disclosed document describing Xbox’s future exposed that Microsoft has plotted out a wearable digital device alike Google Glass. Several technical analysts have predicted wearable computing device to be the next big element in the field of technology. According to reports, Samsung is all set to launch a smartwatch. Rumors also point out to the fact that Apple is set to release an iWatch later this year.
The most notable tech-giants of the 21st century are lining up surrounding a similar theme. Analysts predict that Apple is going to deliver its long-talked-about HDTV later this year along with 9.7 inches mini iTV. Microsoft also is planning to launch a solid wearable computing device this year. If it gets late then the situation will turn up to be somewhat like Windows Phone, which now lags behind all other smartphones. Samsung provides Google with Google class components so it will not be surprising if Samsung comes up with one of its own.
Reports reveal that Microsoft and Samsung will release their own wearable computing devices within the next six months. The prices are estimated to be around $200-$500. Google Glass has not gone on sales publicly. The device’s appearance makes it suitable for geeks only. Millions of tech-lovers would be happy if Microsoft or Samsung come up with some wearable computing devices that are less geeky and more stylish.