Android Wear 2.0 Sets Feb. 9 Debut on 2 LG Watches
Technology has shown to take many forms. Only a few decades ago, cell phones were these large, blocky, bulky things that were a complete hassle to carry around, looking like bricks with large antennas coming out of them or simply slightly smaller walkie talkies. Even walkie talkies were bigger before they were slimmed down to be more rational. Computers have changed too, coming from large machines that would fit entire rooms and tiny screen to small machines that can be carried everywhere you go. With all the advances in technology, it was only a matter of time until the things you could go on your laptop or computer could also be done on your phone, and to a certain extent, to your watch. With the coming of the New Year comes new springs of technology, and LG watches are going to be making their debut soon.
The Verge states that Google's newest version of smartwatches is to come Feb. 9 and will be manufactured by the makers over at LG. Considering that this report came from a recent report last week about Android 2.0's next release, it seems only fitting that the new update would go hand-in-hand with a new smartwatch. In case you were wondering, while a smartwatch won't be able to do everything that a smartphone or a laptop can, it does come up with a surprising amount of apps that allow for a much easier lifestyle or for your everyday needs.
The Next Web states that while it will have things similar to the Apple Watch, it will, as an android, have its own brand of distinguished features, including circular OLED displays, 4GB of onboard storage, iOS compatibility, a digital crown for surface navigation, and more. With Android 2.0, it will undoubtedly feature new additions, such as a dedicated app store, handwriting support, a full QWERTY keyboard, and the ability for the watch face to display information from other apps as well as Google assistant. No one is really sure if this will help put the smartwatch market back on its feet, but it is safe to say that technology has truly gone through leaps and bounds in its struggle to improve not just itself but everyone's life as well.