Some eagle-eyed observers have picked up on some language in a recent app update that suggests it may be christened with a new name in the future.
Whether in this form or another, news of the next major Android Wear update is expected at the upcoming Google I/O conference, May 8-10, 2018, in Mountain View, USA.
As of now, there's no formal explanation for the makeover at this point, but it is becoming a bit of a trend for Google with its Android products.
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For a while now, it has been possible to pair an Android smartwatch with an iOS device. It's also worth mentioning that you'll now be able to get the new version directly from the Google Play Store from your smartwatch rather than through the Keep app on your smartphone. In the case of Android Wear, you'll be notified that there's a watch nearby that can be paired with your phone.
Given the current state of the smartwatch industry, this declaration may be particularly important. Huawei secured the top fifth spot because of its fitness tracker, not Android wristwear. They haven't disclosed any details regarding changing name, but the company must have wanted to remove the Android from the name of a device, as the device is not limited to Android only.
It appears that Google might be thinking about rebranding its iteration of Android OS for wearable devices. This name changer can be a lack of faith or a leap of faith.
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