In a blog post, the search engine giant announced that it will be combining its Wear OS with Tizen based software platform that was used in wearable products from the South Korean smartphone maker. This new platform has simple been dubbed as “Wear,” although the name has yet to be finalized and is subject to possible change. The merger of the two wearable OS would enable both firms to offer a better user experience to their customers.
With this joint effort, the companies would be able to offer improvements in battery life. Other benefits from this mergers also includes, 30 percent faster loading times for wearable applications, and smoother animations as well. The partnership would even help developers in making things simpler. Furthermore, it would also create a ingle central smartwatch OS for the Android platform while also offering a greater selection of apps and watch faces.