A group of smartwatches got Andriod Wear 2.0 when it finally launches in April, but sadly Moto was not of them. The company has promised for their availability of their use.
Motorola Support’s Twitter account has let be seen that the OS will be updated soon start rolling to the second generation of Moto 360s in phases–it might have even started yesterday, which mean some peoples are already started to update their devices.
The long-delayed Wear 2.0 comes with a modern user interface that was specially built for the tiny screens. It gets changed to other forms, the number of clicks and swipes should navigate the OS, and it can be put on the play store where you can easily download directly.
The platforms also add Google Assistant to your device and providing the easy way where you can make a query or control your application with the voice command.
Moto 360 Sport will finally get an update, but it can not be anytime soon. As for the First-generation Moto 360, the organization is unhappily leaving it out of the update altogether.