After a long delay, the Misfit Vapor smartwatch will finally be ready for purchase starting next week. The Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch with a rocky history will be priced at $199.99.
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Along with the launch of the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer also unveiled the Huawei Watch 2 Pro, offering users with a China-specific Android Wear 2.0 and eSIM support.
Today, Google released a new Android Wear beta, which brings the OS to API 26, or Android 8.0 Oreo. It's not a major update to the operating system, and only contains a couple of new features.
If you were one of the few who purchased Verizon's attempt at a watch for Android OS, we're sorry. It's been discontinued with no word on how much longer the cellular carrier will support the device.
Google said in February that the update would roll out "in the coming weeks", and in April, it said all devices would be upgraded "by the end of May", but Moto 360 Sport owners have waited far longer.
Earlier in the year, Fossil stated that it would launch over 300 smartwatches. Now, the firm has debuted two new models, Q Venture and Q Explorist, which can be pre-order starting at $255.
ASUS has finally released Android Wear 2.0 for the 1.45-inch ZenWatch 2 - but the Moto 360 Sport and LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE still haven't been upgraded, and it's unclear when they will be.
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Smartwatch owners have been complaining for months that on-screen keyboards for some languages in Android Wear 2.0 are missing characters - but Google only acknowledged the issue yesterday.
Android Wear was originally announced in May 2016. ASUS finally began its rollout for the ZenWatch 3 last week, and now it's available for the ZenWatch 2 - but only for the 1.63-inch model.
An Android Wear issue that has been affecting users since June is now on Google's radar. The firm issued a statement, informing users that the problem is being looked into and that it will be fixed.
Having missed numerous deadlines for the rollout of Android Wear 2.0 - which was originally announced by Google 14 months ago - ASUS has finally released the update for the ZenWatch 3.
Tic has now started a new campaign to fund its latest projects, the Ticwatch S and Ticwatch E. The wearables start at $119 and are expected to be delivered to backers in October 2017.
After a months-long development delay, Android Wear 2.0 was supposed to reach all eligible devices earlier this year. But following several missed deadlines, ZenWatch 2 and 3 owners are still waiting.
LG's Watch Sport is one of the more stylish takes on Android Wear 2.0, and it packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset all for a price of $349. Here's our review of LG's new smartwatch.
Huawei's second-generation Watch, running Android Wear 2.0, is a big departure from the first generation, in terms of both design and features. Here's our review of our time with the Huawei Watch 2.
Motorola said that the Android Wear 2.0 update "will start rolling out in phases" for the Moto 360 2nd Gen - but there's no indication of when the update will be available for the Moto 360 Sport.
ASUS tweeted yesterday that its Android Wear 2.0 rollout for the ZenWatch 3 had begun. But it has since deleted that tweet, and clarified that the rollout won't start until "the end of the month".
According to a number of reports, Verizon and LG have canceled the carrier's variant of the Watch Sport. The device has been removed from Verizon's website, but it's still available from AT&T.
Fitbit is said to be working on a fully-featured smartwatch and a pair of Bluetooth earbuds, the design renders of which, have now leaked online along with a few details about their features.
The Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 smartwatch, powered by Android Wear 2.0 was announced at CES 2017 in January and the device is now finally available for purchase from Amazon US for $500.
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Android Wear 2.0 was delayed for months, but in February, Google announced its rollout for eligible devices "in the coming weeks". It now says the update won't reach some devices until "late May".
Verizon said in February that its new Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch would launch in March. Today, it said that the 4G-connected, water-resistant Wear24 will finally be available next month.
The CEO of Huawei - which has just launched two Android Wear 2.0 devices - said that he doesn't really see the point of smartwatches, and that he would never dream of wearing one himself.
If you were looking for an Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch that won't break the bank - the ZTE Quartz might be for you. The watch is priced at $192 USD and will arrive on T-Mobile this week.
Google said in February that Android Wear 2.0 would be made available to numerous devices "in the coming weeks". But some devices - including the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition - still face a long wait.
The Huawei Watch is a little over two years old but is still being supported with an update to Android Wear 2.0. An early report promised Android Pay but that prospect has now been shut down.
Android Wear 2.0 launched months later than planned, and even after its rollout began, it was halted due to a last-minute bug. Now, the update is finally available for two of LG's wearable devices.
Google launched Android Wear 2.0 nearly two months ago and started rolling it out to supported devices recently, however, it has been delayed for most devices due to a bug found in internal testing.
Almost two months after Google announced that Android Wear 2.0 had been released - following a lengthy delay - the update has finally begun rolling out. However, it's only available for three devices.
Fossil has announced that it will release more than 300 new smartwatch styles this year under 14 different brands. The company showcased its latest designs at its headquarters in Switzerland.
Misfit's touchscreen smartwatch, the Vapor, will run Android Wear 2.0 and not a custom OS, as indicated by earlier reports. The Vapor will cost $199 and is expected for release late this summer.
Details and photos of ZTE's rumored smartwatch "Quartz" have been revealed online. The wearable appears to have a basic design, with no NFC capabilities, and lacks a heart rate monitor.
LG launched the Watch Style just over a month ago, priced from $249. But the Android Wear 2.0 device has already received a massive discount, slashing up to 36% off its regular cost.
After a considerable delay, Android Wear 2.0 officially launched last month, and is now on the horizon for the Huawei Watch, bringing all sorts of new features and improvements to the device.
If you were looking for something a bit different when it came to a wearable, you might want to consider Montblanc's Summit. The luxury smartwatch is powered by Android Wear 2.0 and starts at $890.
The well-known watch manufacturer has released a follow-up device to its original smartwatch. Like the earlier model, the Connected Modular 45 comes with some intriguing features and a big price.
If you weren't satisfied with the typical Android Wear 2.0 offerings from the likes of Huawei, LG and Casio - chances are you'll be looking for something a bit more exquisite, maybe even a Movado.
Huawei has announced the availability of its Watch 2 wearables. The devices come in many colors, include a nano-SIM slot for cellular connectivity and run Android Wear 2.0 out of the box.