NEW DELHI: Tech giant Google recently rolled out Gbroad support for Wear OS and now it appears that the company is all set to introduce some new features to the operating system. As reported by Android Central, Google is conducting an online survey on Wear OS.
Some of the Wear OS users are receiving this survey via notification on their Android smartphones. Tapping on the notification will take the users to the Wear OS app, where they can complete the survey.
The survey asks users how satisfied they are with the Wear OS. Google is also asking users to comment what they like and dislike about the operating system. After completing the survey, a link to another survey appears asking more in-depth questions.
The second survey focuses on smartwatch habits and also asks users what are the most important features of a smartwatch. Users are also asked to reveal their favourite fitness activities and the type of smart home devices they use.
The survey appears just ahead of the annual developer conference of Google, where the company is expected to host a workshop on developing Tiles. Also, rumours are rife that the company is working on a Pixel smartwatch which is expected to debut along with the Google Pixel 6.
Pixel Watch is expected to sport a circular dial and is said to come in Silver and Black colour options. The wearable is said to pack the company’s own custom chip and if not that, the smartwatch might come with Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+ chipset. The Pixel Watch is also said to come with a blood oxygen monitor and sleep tracking functionality.
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