Android Wear with Marshmallow late for Huawei Watch. Huawei Watch was the first smartwatch ever (with Android Wear standard) to mount an internal speaker used as a speakerphone or notification sound. Huawei, however, decided to initially disable this component and then activate it with later versions of Android Wear. Now Android Wear with Marshmallow is coming late to Huawei Watch, and will be discussed next month.
Android Wear is updated and improves communications from your watch. The most useful and practical thing in a smartwatch is to use it as a method of interaction with your smartphone when you have your hands full; premise Android Wear has failed to fulfill entirely on the most popular messaging applications. But something has changed with the new update that Google has for Android Wear.
Android Wear reaches version 1.3 including interactive watchfaces and more. Android Wear, Google’s operating system made by and for wearables, has been getting into our lives and especially in our wrists slowly. Today, this wonderful operating system, on the other hand, has not taken off, but has been updated to version 1.3 with interesting developments that seek to do this system even more complete.
Moto 360 begins to update to Android Wear 5.1. The smartwatch company is starting to upgrade to Android Wear 5.1, the latest version of the system. Thus, in the coming days, users begin receiving the update, which has been delayed a few weeks. As has happened in the past, it arrives via OTA, so you can download directly from the device itself, without having to use cables.
Pebble updates to version 2.3, with support for Android Wear notifications. You can now reply and act on notifications directly from your watch.