OnePlus is working with Google to improve the Wear operating system. The chief executive officer of the Chinese smartphone maker, Pete Lau, revealed in a recent interview about his collaboration with the search engine giant.
According to a report by 9To5Google, Pete Lau stated that OnePlus is working directly with Google on Wear OS. Currently, the two companies have worked together to improve the system and how to communicate with Android smartphones and Android TV.
This improvement in communication between devices will enhance interoperability between different platforms. Although, it is not clear how the company achieves this goal.
According to Pete Lau, “There is definitely room for improvement in Wear OS. We are trying to work with Google to improve the connectivity between the Wear OS ecosystem, Android TV and Android smartphones to create this feature, which will be Achieve better device interoperability in the ecosystem.
From Google’s point of view, this is also a very positive aspect, so this is the direction we are working on, but there is no more we can share at the moment.”
Unfortunately, this news does not mean that the future OnePlus smartwatch will support Wear OS, as previously believed in the interview, but the CEO has clarified this, but it has not been confirmed.
However, since the two companies are working closely to improve the platform, we may still see cooperation in the near future.
We can also expect to see some significant improvements on the Wear operating system soon, so stay tuned for more updates.