Officially announced at the Google I/O conference in May, the next big Android Wear OS update (Android Wear 2.0) based on Android Nougat will roll out this autumn to many Wear smart watches with new features and performance enhancements. If you are given more interest on your Android Wear watch, you might want to know whether your smart watch get the Android Wear 2.0 update or not.

In the below paragraphs, we round up Wear Watches that are likely to get the Android Wear 2.0 update. The Android Nougat (Android Wear 2.0) update will be one of the biggest improvements in Android Wear OS. The update includes various new features, performance boost and bug fixes, and the new update mainly focuses on standalone apps, new watch faces, messaging and fitness.



Before start, keep in mind that not all watches are capable of receiving Android Wear 2.0 update, due to hardware limitations and other reasons. However, we round up devices that are likely to get treated this new OS update.

Which Wear Watches are Likely to Get the Android Wear 2.0 Update


Huawei Watch: Yes (Wear 2.0 Developer Preview already available)


LG G Watch R Round: Yes (Confirmed by several LG microsites)
LG G Watch Urbane Round: Yes (Confirmed by Spanish LG microsite)
LG G Watch Urbane 2 Gen LTE: Yes (Developer Preview available)
LG G Watch Square: No (confirmed by LG USA twitter)


ASUS ZenWatch 1: Unconfirmed (No button on the side, probably no wear 2.0 update)
ASUS ZenWatch 2: Probably (the Android developer site has an image of the ASUS ZenWatch 2 with Wear 2.0)


Moto 360 v1: No (Got a reply from Motorola, it's up to Google)
Moto 360 v2: Probably (As seen the image on the Android Developer page)
Moto 360 Sport: Unconfirmed


Sony SmartWatch 3: Unconfirmed (Got a reply: cannot comment on future updates at this time)


Fossil Q Founder: Unconfirmed (Waiting for reply from Fossil)


Samsung Gear Live: Unconfirmed (No information as of right now)

Tag Heuer:

Tag Heuer Connected: Yes (confirmed by Twitter)


Casio WSD F10: Unconfirmed

Note: The above list is not my opinion. It is put together based on various information available from the Internet. (Source – Reddit)

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