Google gradually started rolling out the Android Wear 2.0 update for Fossil, Casio, and Tag Heuer smartwatches last week after first announcing the launch of this update back in February. Two new LG smartwatches were launched as the first wearable devices to come with Android Wear 2.0 out of the box. Google has already said that there’s a bug that’s delaying the roll out of this update but, nevertheless, Android Wear 2.0 is gradually making its way to more smartwatches.

Google released Android Wear 2.0 for the Tag Heuer Connected, Fossil Q Founder, and Casio Smart Outdoor Watch WSD-F10 just last week. They were among the first smartwatches of their time to receive the update to Android Wear 2.0.

Starting today, the Android Wear 2.0 is now available on the Fossil Q Wander, Fossil Q Marshal, Michael Kors Access, and the Nixon Mission smartwatch. Those who own one of these smartwatches can now get their hands on the latest iteration of Google’s operating system for wearable devices.

It has already been confirmed previously that there will only be a handful of smartwatches that receive the Android Wear 2.0 update. Google is yet to explain what that bug is that’s delaying the roll out for these wearable devices but given that it’s able to send out the update gradually, it may not be something that throws a spanner in the works.

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