Google I/O 2018 was held last week and shortly afterwards, the search giant released a second developer preview for Wear OS. The first preview of Android P for the wearable platform was outed for developers and manufacturers on April 1, and a whole list of smartwatches that received the Wear OS name following the transition from Android Wear were confirmed to get the update once made available publicly. We don’t know when that will happen, but a more stable preview build [Read More]
Last week, Google introduced a new Wear OS build based on the Android P system upgrade for mobile. The operating system for wearables has been due for a substantial upgrade, but this is more or less another incremental upgrade. Here’s everything we know.
Huawei’s second generation Huawei Watch powered by Android Wear went on sale in the U.S. during the month of April. However, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic never hit shelves here in the United States after being announced during the MWC 2017 show back in early March. Release day has finally arrived, as the watch has been made available at Best Buy’s online marketplace.
Android Wear 2.0 has now arrived, debuting with Google’s newest smartwatches, the Watch Sport and Watch Style, and Android Wear owners want to know when they can expect to receive the coveted update on their smartwatch.
Earlier this year, before we heard that the company’s CEO isn’t into smartwatches, Huawei announced the Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic. The unveiling was made during the MWC 2017 trade show near the end of February, and this week we have finally been given confirmation as to availability and pricing.
If you have faith in a positive future for Android Wear, you could very well be right. Android Wear has entered the spotlight yet again at MWC 2017 with not one, but two new smartwatches from Chinese manufacturer Huawei. After being ditched by many of its previous makers, Android Wear seems to be making a comeback, at least for timepiece manufacturers in terms of hardware offerings. Unveiled today in Barcelona, Spain one day ahead of MWC 2017, was the Huawei Watch 2 and Huawei Watch [Read More]
The MWC 2017 trade show begins on February 25th, with unveilings beginning two days prior on February 23rd. Huawei is expected to make a strong presence at the event with new P10 smartphones containing high-end specifications. However, this doesn’t seem to be all Huawei has to show us. According to the company’s own CEO, we’ll see a Huawei wearable at the event. He might, just maybe, be talking about the a Huawei Watch successor.
After a report we heard last year, we thought Huawei’s days with Android Wear were over. However, it now seems that the company may be preparing a Huawei Watch successor, the Huawei Watch 2, and it could run Android Wear 2.0.