Google's planning to re-brand Android Wear as 'Wear OS'

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A Reddit user recently received a notification on a compatible device that pointed to a new logo and the name Wear OS, according to the person, who goes by the handle H3x0n.

Google always amazes us with new innovations in their services. But there are a few interesting features (though in early stage) that Android fans can look up to. The company might do away with the Android Wear moniker in favor of "Wear OS". The platform runs on a variety of smartwatches and allows you to do everything from access apps to get directions via Google Maps.

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There's no official word from Google on the instance; however we believe that Google will announce the new name with the Android P in line on this year's annual- Google I/O conference in May.

Instead if devices are under the Wear OS name, it makes it far more palatable for those with iPhones and want to have a different device to the Apple Watch. One would be impressed with a stunning new colorful G logo at the left side. There might be some major feature changes to go along with the rebrand, for example. They haven't disclosed any details regarding changing name, but the company must have wanted to remove the Android from the name of a device, as the device is not limited to Android only.

For its part, Google has remained silent on its plans and likely will remain so until it's ready to announce something.

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