Google Wear OS appears to be one of the tech company’s most ignored ventures as it’s rarely updated, and when it is, it’s usually minor features that are added, but all of that seems to be changing now.
Google has in a recent post on the Android Developers Blog outlined some of the changes that are coming to its Wear OS this fall, and guess what, they’re… well, better than what we’ve always seen in the past.
The tech giant assured that the apps will be easier to access and will start 20 percent faster than usual while stating that it’ll improve the UI with more intuitive controls for managing various watch modes and workouts.
We also heard that pairing with other devices will be simplified in the updated version. Google posted a photo of the upcoming weather experience on Wear OS to show off the new UI.
Now, aside from these upgrades, Google is also bringing some new functionality to the device. The most important of which we think is LTE support, although it’s not 5G, it’s better than nothing.
The company also assures it will “expand levels of performance with the new Qualcomm® Snapdragon Wear 4100 and 4100+ platforms,” without offering further details on what else that should be expected.
The new Snapdragon chips should also offer better battery life, which would be a much-needed improvement for Wear OS devices. Google says it’ll bring more improvements to the platform in 2021 but as we said, there were no further details.
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