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Review: Wear OS 2.0 can't fix its obsolete watch hardware
By Thom Holwerda on 2018-09-29 07:34:55

Google's major Wear OS revamp is out today, and soon it will arrive on most devices released in the past year and a half (although Ars has already spent a week with a pre-release version of the OS). In the face of relentless competition from the Apple Watch Series 4 and Samsung Galaxy Watch, Google's most obvious change in the new Wear OS is a new UI for most of the main screens. There's not much in the way of new functionality or features, but everything is laid out better.

Seems like a very welcome update to a struggling platform.

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