Last week, Google started with the Android Wear 2.0 deployment by first updating the Fossil Q Founder, Casio Smart Outdoor Watch and TAG Heuer Connected watches, and stating that all other models would have to wait a little longer because of a failure of Last minute, bug that seems to have solved soon in the LG G Watch R and LG Watch Urbane, since-since this afternoon are receiving the update.
The two LG watch clocks are already being upgraded to Android Wear 2.0. If you have one of these two models you may already see the update already ready to be installed on your watch.
Watches that will upgrade to Android Wear 2.0
The rest of compatible clocks should not take long to receive your ration of Android Wear 2.0, it is possible that in a matter of hours or days the list of clocks that receive the update is expanded. The clocks that will update are the following:
- ASUS ZenWatch 2
- ASUS ZenWatch 3
- Huawei Watch
- LG Watch R
- LG Watch Urbane
- LG Watch Urbane 2nd Generation LTE
- Motorcycle 2nd Generation
- Moto 360 for women
- Moto 360 Sport
- New Balance RunIQ
- Casio Smart Outdoor Watch
- Casio PRO TREK Smart
- Fossil Q Founder
- Fossil Q Marshal
- Fossil Q Wander
- Michael Kors Access Smartwatches
- Nixon Mission
- Polar m600
- TAG Heuer Connected
New Android Wear 2.0
Android Wear 2.0 is the most important update that receives this operating system focused on the watches. Its main novelties are the complete renewal of its interface, with its independent applications and have Google Play to install applications from your watch.
Android Wear is independent of the mobile to be able to use independently.
Other new features include new text input methods such as a QWERTY keyboard and handwriting, or new smart answers to answer our contacts faster and without having to dictate or write. Its greater customization of the clock screens to add useful information.
There is no shortage of NFC support to pay with our watch with Android Pay. And finally, integration with the Google Assistant also arrives.