The Pro Trek (WSD-F20) comes with Wear 2.0 already running the show.The 2.0 Fossil upgrade kicked off on the Q Founder and now the second-generation Q devices – that's the Wander and the Marshal – are receiving their updates too. With the Huawei Watch 2 official, the Chinese company already has a 2.0 device in its armoury.New Balance put the Run IQ on sale just days before Android Wear 2.0 went live, which was a dumb move. Nixon's The Mission's 2.0 upgrade rollout has begun. The M600's Android Wear 2.0 update, which has rolled out, was also followed up by a big software update that added a load of new swim tracking features to the monitoring mix. A lot of you have – rightly – been in touch to express frustration that the Sony Smart Watch 3 isn't getting the Android Wear 2.0 treatment. During the official unveiling of the Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 earlier this year, the company's CEO stated that Wear 2.0 was coming for the original Connected at the end of the month and he wasn't lying – the smartwatch was on the original list of three smartwatches receiving the 2.0 OS and everyone should now have it.And there's even been a petition to pressure Sony into changing its mind. However, nothing landed in April, and Zen Watch 3 users only received the update in mid-July.As for the Zen Watch 2, users should have been part of two waves receiving the OTA update: one during July and one at the beginning of August. The existing Smart Outdoor Watch (WSD-F10) update has rolled out and should have landed on your watch by now - we've got it running on ours.The original Watch, which was the go-to device for devs testing the Wear 2.0 beta, is finally getting the update.Users on the developer preview are reporting getting an OTA update.
Like the trio of Fossil watches listed above, the Michael Kors Access duo – that's the Bradshaw and Dylan – should now have their new software.
If you're a Smartwatch 3 owner and were hoping for Android Wear 2.0, you can sign a petition to try and convince Sony and Google to change their minds.
Tag Heuer has confirmed that it is now rolling out the Android Wear 2.0 update to the original Connected watch.
It needed to be tested by individual companies before being sent as an over-the-air update, hence the delay to your specific device.
The following devices have been confirmed as either having the update or soon to get it.