Google Smartwatch with Android 2.0 Release in 2017

Google Smartwatch with Android 2.0 Release in 2017

Google is planned to release its own Google Smartwatch with Android 2.0 Release in 2017 at the first quarter of 2017.

The Google company is expected to launch two watches with Android Wear 2.0 in a row. Till got heard rumors about Google working on its own wearables back in July, the larger of which packs a heart rate monitor and offers well GPS and LTE capabilities.

The image in Blass’ tweet is from Android Police’s recreations of prototypes, based on information from the publication’s anonymous source.

Google Smartwatch with Android 2.0 Release in 2017

Now Evan Blass, more famously known as @evleaks, has tweeted that Google’s smartwatches are set for a Q1 2017 release. The two watches, known as Angelfish and Swordfish, have already confirmed by us to be running the Android Wear 2.0 update.

Angelfish, the larger model, will be capable of LTE and GPS connectivity to run independently from a Bluetooth connection. The smaller model, Swordfish, lacks LTE and GPS but will likely have a lower price tag.

Features:

Standalone apps

Play Store

Material design

Complications

Messaging

Fitness Apps

Notifications facility’s

Google Smartwatch with Android 2.0 Release in 2017

The new version of the OS, which was first announced at Google’s IO conference, will bring numerous features like handwriting support and a full QWERTY keyboard, the ability for watchfaces to display info from other apps and one-touch smart replies based on the context of your incoming messages, as well as a Play Store exclusively for Android Wear.

Android Wear hasn’t received much love in the past few months. The first major update, Android Wear 2.0, was announced back in May. Two months later, we revealed the first leaks of Google’s own smartwatches, set to debut with the new update.

Although developer previews for 2.0 are still arriving, the update itself has been pushed back to 2017, and multiple companies won’t release any new AW devices this year.