Yesterday, Google released a developer preview for Wear OS (formerly Android Wear) a few weeks after launching the first preview of Android P for smartphones. As in the initial version, this software for the company's wearables platform remains extremely unfinished, and Google states that "it is not for everyday use or for the consumer" at this early stage. For now, it's available exclusively for Huawei Watch 2 Bluetooth and Huawei Watch 2 Classic Bluetooth, and preview compilation should be displayed on the device manually, another indicator that it's strictly for developers and not for an average technology enthusiast.
The biggest changes in this first version are intended to preserve battery life. "To improve power, applications will no longer be able to run in the background unless the watch is in the charger," Google said in its blog post. There are two exceptions to that rule: the observation lines and the complications currently chosen by the user can continue running in the background.
In addition, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular radios (when applicable) will automatically turn off when the Wear operating system detects that your device has been out of your body for "an extended amount of time." The third designed change allows your smart watch to spend the day with juice to spare you could get more than one mixed reaction. "To improve the power, the device will no longer automatically connect to Wi-Fi when it is disconnected from Bluetooth." Again, this does not apply if your watch is under your load. Google says that these three battery optimizations will be implemented gradually, so they may not work as soon as you install the developer preview.
Now there is also a dark theme of the user interface system "for easier viewing ease". Use the operating system already transferred to a darker interface for notifications and the system initiator, and now it is also the default for the system theme.