Google might launch two Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches in early 2017
The global smartwatch market is not going up anytime soon, but this does not mean all big names in the industry are not thinking about it. The first Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches by Google were mentioned by various rumors and leaks since last summer, and now Evan Blass has just confirmed their existence.
Evan Blass mentioned the two devices in a Twitter message but did not offer any detailed information. His message simply reads "Google's two smartwatches will be released with Android Wear 2.0 in Q1 2017" and nothing more. Google unveiled the first details on Android Wear 2.0 back at the I/O conference that took place in May, released three developer preview versions ever since, but announced in September that the launch date had been pushed from this fall to early 2017.
Unfortunately, nothing is official yet. However, a confirmation coming from the leakster widely known as "evleaks" is better than just another rumor. We will keep an eye on new information about the two upcoming smart wearables, so stay tuned.
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