Google announced Android Wear 2.0 at I/O 2016, featuring more customizable watch faces, the ability to go without your phone when you are running or want to track a hike, AI-powered Smart Reply, a handwriting recognition mode, and more. But the question remains: which devices are going to get the update? Read on for a complete list of devices we know are getting 2.0…
- SmartWatch 3: Unclear (Sony “can’t comment”)
- LG G Watch (original): No (confirmed by LG)
- LG G Watch R: Yes (seen on LG’s site, Verge confirm)
- LG G Watch Urbane: Yes (seen on LG’s site, Verge confirm)
- LG G Watch Urbane 2nd gen: Yes (Developer Preview available)
- Moto 360: No (confirmed by Motorola)
- Moto 360 2nd gen.: Yes (Android site shows Moto 360 2nd gen. with Wear 2.0, Verge confirm)
- Moto 360 Sport: Yes (confirmed by Motorola)
- Fossil Q Founder: Yes (confirmed by Fossil)
- Fossil Q Wander: Yes (Verge confirm)
- Fossil Q Marshal: Yes (Verge confirm)
- Samsung Gear Live: Unclear
- Tag Heuer Connected: Yes (confirmed by Tag)
- Casio WSD F10: Yes (Verge confirm)
- Access Bradshaw Smartwatch: Yes (Verge confirm)
- Huawei Watch: Yes (Developer Preview available)
- Huawei Watch Ladies: Yes (Developer Preview available)
- Mission: Yes (confirmed by Nixon)
- M600: Yes (Verge confirm)
We’ll be keeping this list updated as the Android Wear 2.0 release draws nearer.
Update 12/22: Fossil Q Founder, Nixon Mission, and Moto 360 Sport confirmed. The Verge also independently confirmed some watches.
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