According to the latest rumint, we may actually see a Nexus branded Android Wear smartwatch from Google. The report indicates that Google plans to integrate Google Now voice AI functionality into their Nexus smartwatch, and there will be two different sized versions. Here's a quote with more of the details, "The two devices will be different in size, with the bigger model sporting extra features, including LTE connectivity and GPTS support. The smaller would lack cellular and GPS connectivity, but both devices would feature heart rate sensors and circular “flat tires” designs. Codenamed Angelfish, the bigger model is similar to the Moto 360 and LG’s Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, but it will have its own personality. Angelfish has three buttons, including a large circular crown centered along the right side of the body, and two smaller circular buttons on either side of it. The watch is rather thick, measuring 14m, and has a diameter of 43.5mm. The device will be quite large, but that’s because it has to feature a battery decent enough to power that LTE connection. Swordfish is the smaller model, which is reminiscent of the Pebble Time Round. The watch has a single button centered on the right side of the body, “with a more delicate and Apple Watch-like design.” The smartwatch has a thickness of 10.6mm and a diameter of 42mm." ~ BGR What do you folks think? A bad idea, or an idea so good that it should have occurred already?