Google had just announced the biggest update to Android Wear from its Google I/O 2016 event. The update includes the notable watchface functionality, enhanced fitness tracking, extended battery life and an option for apps to function independently, without relying on a paired smartphone. Just to make you even excited, handwriting recognition and a keyboard are included on this update.
Unfortunate, Google is still mum about on when the specific release date for the Android Wear 2.0, generally it is going to launch this fall.
If you’re an existing Android Wear smartwatch user it’s certain that you’ll get the update later this year, but LG Watch Urbane and the Huawei Watch will be ahead for the beta. The econd-gen Moto 360 and the Asus ZenWatch 2 will be updated as well, since they both appear in images on the platform’s promotional web page.