Google has recently confirmed to The Verge that it’s launching two new flagship smartwatches early in 2017, but the new models won’t be Google- or Pixel-branded. The smartwatches were rumored to be codenamed Angelfish and Swordfish, but nothing is official yet.
Branded by some company that is manufacturing them, the devices will first introduce the Android Wear 2.0 system. The tech giant was unwilling to say which manufacturer it would be, but did say that the manufacturer had produced Android Wear devices before.
LG and Huawei can be possible, as they both have smartwatches testing the developer preview of Android Wear 2.0.
Most of the recent Android Wear models will be updated to Android Wear 2.0. “The new platform brings a number of new features, including standalone apps that don’t require a phone to work, support for Android Pay, and support for Google’s voice-controlled Assistant, which has already launched on the Pixel smartphones and Home speaker.”
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