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Google Band certified patent reveals its a display-free wristband

Author at TechGenyz Wear
Google Fitness Tracker
Representation image of Man tracking the steps in moible phone | Image credit: master1305/Freepik

Currently, Google has received its certification from the USPTO concerning its first-ever Google band, fitness cuffs but the tricky part from the leaked patent design is that it has no sign of display to it. We find two thin streaks of bands emerging and from the beneath and meeting at two metallic balls which again are kept apart from each other.

Guess, the small gap between the two band chains is again intentionally kept apart to bring out the unique missing-display in between, representing a very highly technological feature. The design first appeared on the official site of the United States Patent and Trademark Office and has been mentioned as a ‘wristband for tracking fitness.”

Various onlookers are pretty confused about the mechanism of this wristband and it is next to impossible to comprehend what the ultimate surprise would be. However, we do assume that there will be a tracker monitor that will record every minute of activities, although it might not have a chance to demonstrate the data over any display.

In that case, the display function might be done by the smartphone device which then needs to be connected to the wristband over app support, Bluetooth connection, or maybe AI software.

Apart from this, the general design remains basic offering a lock ridge at the back and also comprises of a heart rate sensing unit which is meant to rest perfectly on the pulse to record accurate data. However, keeping everything apart, the patent images show no sign of removable straps, which implies that the band might be accompanied by a magnetic charger.

Although it is just the beginning with the Google Band and not many specifications have appeared, we do hope that it will be housing features that are beyond our comprehension and will hit the market with a bang. Till then everything rests for now for the final revelation in the coming year.