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Google’s falsehood about launching two Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches

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A rumor says that in the beginning quarter of 2017 Google will launch its two Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches. Earlier this year the company introduced its second major version of its smartwatch operating system, but it’s not yet revealed that either Google will run this OS on their own wearable devices or on the others.

Even Blass, an internet gadget news leaker, also known as “evleaks”, says that, Google might launch its own smartwatches in first quarter of 2017. But this news is yet to be officially confirmed by the Google itself.

Some more guessing says that Google will reveal this news in May, at its i/o conference desk. Other then this Google in September, itself announced that it had decided to launch its Android wear either at the end of 2016 or in the very first quarter of 2017.

Some discussions about its updated OS says that will include some new features as the watches will be able to install or sync the apps without using smartphones.

If talking about the ratiocination of the smartwatch launching by Google, either it might be that the company is reinventing its hardware division with its brand new pixel phones or there can be another reason to release Android wear 2.0.

There are two most wanted upcoming products of Google are Nixon Mission Watch and the Michael Kors Access Lineup of Android watches. Nixon Mission watch will start shipping from this month itself.

If believing on the rumors about the Android wear 2.0, it will be the next biggest step of Google in the world of Smartwatch business with its upcoming two smartwatches.

Now we’re looking forward for the official announcement of these two watches by the company itself.

Google’s falsehood about launching two Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches