The next version of Google's smartwatch operating system will arrive on February 9, according to well-known and generally trusted Evan Blass.
Wear Android 2.0, originally announced in May, looking at the operating system to completely renew and help watches rely less on the phone. In addition to a redesigned interface, the update is an application store expecting Add and integrated keyboard. There is also support for Android Pay (mobile payments) and Google Assistant that contain intelligent voice assistant, which debuted on Google pixel smartphones.
Unfortunately not all Android Wear watches will be updated to the new version. Earlier, it was confirmed that both the Original Moto 360 and LG G Watch will not support being upgraded to Android 2.0.
The report also states that the update is with two new LG smart watches released together: LG and LG Sport Style Watch. Both watches have a circular OLED display, 4GB of internal storage and similar to the Apple Digital Watch crown.
It is said that sport with a high resolution screen, more RAM and a larger battery is the most advanced model. Also included, supposedly LTE, NFC connectivity for mobile payments, GPS and an optical sensor, heart rate.