In the newest bit of reports from Moto that are supposed to be categorised as unsurprising, it’s been showed that no new Moto 360 smartwatch is lately being evolved for the release of subsequent 12 months’s Android Put on 2.0.
Again in September, it used to be reported that no new watches had been coming from LG, Moto, or Huawei for the 2016 12 months, however we needed to suppose that would imply they had been making plans for a Q1 or Q2 release in 2017. In any case, with a large replace coming for the Android Put on OS, why wouldn’t firms bounce on that chance?
As of at the moment, it kind of feels Moto is exiting the Android Put on house indefinitely, a minimum of in the intervening time. This information additionally follows a record that Huawei is ditching Android Put on, in prefer of Samsung’s Tizen.
In keeping with Moto’s Shakil Barkat (head of world product construction), the corporate does no longer, “see sufficient pull available in the market to position [a new smartwatch] out right now,” proceeding with, “wearables should not have extensive sufficient enchantment for us to proceed to construct on it 12 months after 12 months.”
To sum it up, when Android Put on 2.0 launches, we best possible hope Google does certainly plan to release its personal smartwatches, or we aren’t relatively certain which instrument you’ll to find the OS on. For the ones the use of a Huawei Watch, Moto 360 (2d Gen), and a few others, don’t concern, you’ll nonetheless get your Android Put on 2.0 replace in 2017.