Google is now working on hardware hubs for Android smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches.
The company is launching the new product at its upcoming I/O developer conference, which kicks off Thursday, and it looks like we’re going to get a glimpse of a device that is going to be a huge hit with developers.
Google will be launching a hardware device with a design that closely resembles the Android Wear watch that it released a few months ago, according to The Next Page.
The product, dubbed the Google Chromium Hub, will be available at Google’s developer conference in San Francisco on Thursday.
The Google Chromiahets are similar to the Apple Watch.
They are very similar to Apple’s Watch, with a circular screen with a white display, a white crown, and a white and blue band.
The hardware devices will also have an “Android Wear” logo on the back.
It’s not clear if this will be a standalone product or a companion for Android phones, but it’s a step in the right direction.
Google’s new hardware hub is called the Google Cloud Console and will be the successor to the Google Nexus Hub, which is a separate product.
The new hardware devices have been revealed in a press release that was first spotted by The NextWeb.
It looks like Google is aiming to make the hardware hubs as cheap as possible, and the company is hoping that the products will sell quickly.
The Next page also noted that Google is working on a hardware platform called Google Cloud Platform, which Google plans to use to build and deliver a variety of devices.
The Chromiumhets will be supported by Google’s SDK, which will allow developers to create custom applications for the devices.
Google has previously built Android Wear devices using the Google Play store and Google Play Services.
This time, Google is launching its own hardware platform for Android, which we think will appeal to many developers who might be less inclined to develop for the Google App Engine platform.