You will have the second generation of Google smartwatch operating system on 9th February. Google already notified its developers that it is called Android Wear 2.0. The developers are already set to prepare the update for apps to sync the Android Wear 2.0.
So finally, this is the next version of the Android Smartwatch from Google. According to mobile reporter Evan Blass, Android Wear 2.0 will launch in two new smartphones manufactured by LG. They are the LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style. The watches will also be available from 9th February.
The specs of LG Smartwatches with Android Wear 2.0
The LG Smartwatches will have OLED screen along with 4GB of internal storage, a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. In the sports version, you will have the LTE services which are an excellent feature considering it is a smartwatch. Apart from that, it will also have the heart rate sensor, the GPS tracking facility. There are reports that the larger device is codenamed as Angelfish and t will also have the 43.5 mm dial.
It will come in matte dark finish “titanium” color. The smaller one is called “Swordfish,” and it will also come with a single button centered on the right side. These two smartwatches might also be iOS compatible as well. We will offer you more specs and details about the watches, once they are officially announced at the Mobile World Congress in February.
There are also speculations that not many smartwatches were launched in the last holiday season. It is why some are of the opinion that Android Wear 2.0 will also launch in the older flagship devices like Moto 360 as well. Our researchers are analysts at TNI have reached out to Google for their specific comment on this launch. We will update you once we have our answers from Google. Till then, stay tuned!