Google has announced its next major update for Wear OS which is the operating system for wearable devices. Initially known as Android Wear it was designed for Smartwatches and Wearables. The new update will be rolling out to the compatible devices in the coming few months and the update will be named as System Version H. It will be bringing many improvements which are listed below and according to the Tech Giant, the update will be rolled out in waves and all the wearable devices will not be eligible for the new update at once. The availability will depend on the maker of the wearable also.
Few of the major improvements that will accompany this update are to the Battery Saver Mode which will be extended the battery life of the wearable even further when the battery falls below 10 percent by Turing on Battery Saver which displays only the time. Furthermore, the update will bring Improved off body efficiency after 30 minutes of inactivity, the device will go to deep sleep mode to conserve battery.
There will be a Smart app resume for all the apps that lets its user pick up from where you left off across all the apps on the watch, making easier to use. Another important feature that comes with the update is the Two-step power off, which lets its user turn off the smartwatch in two easy steps. Step one is to hold the power button until the power off screen and then select power off or even restart.
Wear OS supports Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and LTE connectivity and also comes with a wide range of applications. The devices with Wear OS can be paired with mobiles phones running on Android 4.3 or above or even iOS 8.2 or above. This will also integrate Google Assistant into the smartwatch and also show all the mobile notification also. Do you use any of the Wear OS devices? If Yes, which one is it? Comment in the section below and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for similar news and updates.