Interestingly, Google is also testing a new rounded address bar which will be placed on the bottom of the screen.
It seems that this appears when setting up a watch using the Android P Developer preview build doing the rounds. While the date of these changes is unknown for now, we will probably hear more about Wear OS in May, during Google I/O.
Instead of Android Wear, the operating system is being referred to as Wear OS. Having said that, the company may want chuck-off the Android tag on a product that isn't strictly bound to Android devices.More news: Sirisena forms panel to probe riots
Android Wear is now mainly used in smartwatches made by Asus (ZenWatch 2 and 3), Fossil (Q Founder, Marshal, Wander), Huawei (Watch), Lenovo (Moto 360 Gen 2, Sport), LG (Watch Urbane, G Watch R) and Tag Heuer (Connected). So it still makes people confused about the availability of rebranding the Android Wear to Wear OS.
Android Wear has been around for a while now, but it hasn't picked up the pace as Google would have wanted. The current market share of Android Wear could be one of the prime reasons behind the overhaul. Huawei secured the top fifth spot because of its fitness tracker, not Android wristwear. Android Wear isn't just limited to smartphones running Google's own operating system, but it also compatible with Apple's iOS range of devices.
Not so long ago, Google rebranded its Android Pay service to Google Pay in an attempt to homogenize its mobile payment solutions. Now, the company is aiming towards changing the name of the OS with Wear OS as all the new reports confirmed the same news. This name changer can be a lack of faith or a leap of faith.