The watches, dubbed Angelfish and Swordfish, will reportedly run Android Wear 2.0, the release of which was recently delayed until early next year, most likely to debut alongside the devices in question.
Google's two smartwatches will be released with Android Wear 2.0 in Q1 2017 [image courtesy of: https://t.co/so8uJyEZCy] pic.twitter.com/ruejqXSNSyOctober 13, 2016
Angelfish, which is said to be the larger of the two, is rumoured to include both LTE and GPS functionality. It’s also believed that the wearables will be branded under the company's Pixel line of devices.
Android Wear 2.0 is expected to bring plenty of added functionality to the platform, allowing Google’s smartwatches to act as standalone devices – the latest developer preview stated that users will be able to browse, search and install apps right from their wrist.