Finally, Google’s latest wearable OS, Android Wear 2.0, is ready to roll out this week after being delayed by glitches. The new devices are equipped to showcase their outstanding features. The recent massive update tells that these watches are moving ever closer to becoming gimmick standalone devices having overhauled design, messaging, fitness, and many other improvements.
Google has confirmed the updates on these wearables, although the exact dates of supplies on existing devices are still the question. Even after Google’s confirmation on updates, none of the companies have announced their devices apart from LG.
Google officially announced Android Wear 2.0 on 8 February 2017 alongside the launch of LG’s Sport Watch and Style Watch. LG mentioned it will roll out the refreshed to each of the Urbane and G Watch R this week, and the Urbane second version will get the OS “to start with of May.” RunIQ house owners, in the meantime, will see the replacement “no later than April 14th.” Google managed to get on the updates on Fossil Q Founder, Casio WSD-F10, and $1,500 Tag Heuer Connected watches while it is on hold due to a bug in the final for the other devices. After this bug fixing, a range of up to seven brand watches will get their updates, including Huawei, Asus, Fossil, Casio, Michael Kors, and Motorola
After the fixes, Android Wear 2.0 is introduced in new watches and will definitely push devices in making them worth your money.