Google is good to go to dispatch two new smartwatches one year from now. These watches will be leader gadgets and them two will run Android Wear 2.0.
Android Wear is Google’s thought on a smartwatch OS. As the name recommends it joins with Android and permits you to utilize a portion of the applications from your telephone on your smartwatch.
Google formally reported the new Android Wear 2.0 and the two smartwatches today. They didn’t detail much about the watches themselves saying that more information will be uncovered at the Consumer Electronics Show 2017. Baselworld public exhibition will likewise include new declarations with respect to these smartwatches.
The new smartwatches won’t have the Google or Pixel marking. They will rather include the maker’s marking, whose names weren’t shared. Jeff Chang, item supervisor of Android Wear at Google compared the smartwatches to the Nexus cell phone line as far as coordinated effort with different makers and ultimate objectives.
They mean to dispatch the new smartwatches keeping in mind the end goal to draw in more makers towards Android Wear 2.0.
Android Wear 2.0 Features and Release Date:
Discussing Android Wear 2.0, the stage will incorporate redesigns over the current Android Wear. It will have the capacity to run applications on the smartwatch itself instead of utilizing the telephone to do the hard work. It will likewise bolster Android Pay and Google Assistant. The Pixel telephones highlighted a similar Google Assistant AI.
Existing Android Wear smartwatches will have the capacity to move up to Android Wear 2.0 once the redesign drops. Not all gadgets will have the capacity to update but rather as per Google, the vast majority of the late ones will have the capacity to do as such.
Android Pay may not be accessible on a portion of the watches after the redesign. This is on account of it requires NFC and not each smartwatch with Android Wear has it.
Android Wear 2.0 will work with iOS yet the usefulness on Android and iOS will be distinctive. Android Pay will be accessible on both in any case.