According to reports, Google is all set to launch its smartwatch by the end of October along with the release of its Android 4.4 Kit Kat. Artem Russakovskii of Android Police, wrote on his Google+ profile: "feel relatively confident about but either don't have visual evidence or a second confirmation, so I'm going to keep them to G+." (sic)

The features and specifications of the wearable device are, however, still under wraps. If rumours are true, this smartwatch by Google will be the third entrant in the league of wearable technology after Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch and Sony Smartwatch Specs.

The Samsung Galaxy Gear Specs comes with a 1.63 inch display with 320 X 320 pixel resolution. It sports a stainless steel body and is available in multiple strap colour options. The watch comes with a proprietary USB 3.0 charger and supported by 800MHz Exynos single-core processor. It also features Bluetooth 4.0 LE along with 1.9 megapixel camera, 720p video recording and speaker + 2 mics. The smartwatch is compatible with new Galaxy devices and previous gen Galaxy support is expected to come soon. It comes with a price tag of USD 299.

The Sony Smartwatch Specs comes with a 1.6 inch display with 200 X 176 pixel resolution. It sports an aluminum body and is available in multiple strap colour options. The device is well-suited with most Android phones and features a micro USB charging. The smartwatch, however, falls low when it comes to inbuilt features as it does not support a camera or video recording. The device comes with a price tag of USD 262.