Later this year Google would release Google Pixel 3, and 3 XL and Google Pixel Buds.
According to the Tom’s Guide reports, the company has confirmed the contradictory, there’s is no plans to launch its own smartwatch in this year.
This valuable news comes from in an interview Tom’s Guide managed with Miles Barr, Google’s director of Engineering on Wear OS.
He said of an idea of the Google-branded watch, “I don’t think we’re there yet, our real focus for now in our partners.”
Luckily for those who are wanting for better Wear OS smartwatches, right now some of those partners at IFA 2018 showing off their new wares.
Whereas Sony has innovated a new smartwatch featuring e-Paper all over, but hopelessly it won’t running Wear OS.
Besides of that Diesel is releasing the On Full Guard 2.5, now which is to be the biggest trending Wear OS smartwatch on the market.
That won’t mean too much smartwatch clients. Although it’s not any kind of largest smartwatch screen, and also suggested two-days battery life, it’s not like to impress the capacity of the battery.
Whereas it’s really hopeless news of anyone who really wanted to Google show and other things wait for the great smartwatch, but Google didn’t say that it would not try anytime. So maybe the Wear OS smartwatch will happen.
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