Google Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches to Arrive by Early 2017

October 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s hardware division has started its long-anticipated run with the Pixel devices. Like expected, they indeed are creating a buzz  all around, but it now appears that Google is going to vamp up to make the next noise.

The latest reports centered on Google’s hardware output now bring the earlier rumored Google-made Smartwatches to the limelight. The smartwatch, said to be made with the touch of Google just like the Pixel smartphones, is now said to be making its way into the market by the early months of 2017.


Besides, Google’s Smartwatches will also be arriving with the Android Wear 2.0 devices, which is now said to be making its debut along with the new hardware. The OS upgrade was expected to arrive earlier, but its delay does make sense considering that the debut will coincide with the new hardware product.

The current revelation comes from noted tipster Evan Blass who has revealed that the Google will release two of its self-made Smartwatches by early 2017 with Android Wear 2.0 OS. There has been no specific release date announced, but going by word, we can expect the watches to make its debut in a public event as early as February.


Google will be having two Smartwatches lined up for the launch next year, which are respectively codenamed Swordfish and Angelfish right now. Both of them will have the newly upgraded version 2.0 of Android Wear OS running inside the devices. Google is also said to load its Google Assistant personal assistant services in the Android Wear 2.0-powered Smartwatches.

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