According to a report and details A small piece of evidence shows that Samsung is developing a Wear OS device called “Merlot”. For more information check Below. Samsung launched a smartwatch that runs Android. To find Samsung’s wearable clothing with Google’s Android Wear (now known as Wear OS), you’ll have to go back to 2014 when Real Gear Live was released. Since then, the company has been using its decoration platform, but a new report claims that this has changed.
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Leading Samsung Insider Ice Universe said on Friday that Samsung’s upcoming watches will use Android instead of decoration. This means that the wearable Wear OS runs, but it is also possible that Samsung’s own UI in this device is based on Android. Not much information will be leaked in the tweet, so I guessed about Samsung’s plans.
Samsung's new watch will use Android to replace Tizen.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 19, 2021
If this report is true, it will be a big boost (to put it mildly) for the recent eruption of Wear OS. With Samsung’s support, we can revive the platform and ultimately provide Android users with a viable alternative to the Apple Watch. Currently, only a handful of SMEs have consistent support for Wear OS. Google hasn’t even released a smartphone running the platform.
The question is why Samsung chooses Android when the decoration is in the form of such a well-dressed platform. For all accounts, the landscape experience is better than Wear OS, so it looks almost like a drawback. I don’t know exactly what is behind this alleged move, but I hope to get an answer soon.
Another Galaxy Club report states that Samsung is working on two new wearable devices (SM-R86X and SM-R87X). The device is expected to hit the Galaxy Watch Active product line and will be released sometime this summer. Further information is still a mystery, but it may boot on Wear OS.
Acquiring Google’s OS platform was probably not the headline we expected in 2021. But if this report is true, it’s possible that Apple’s WatchOS will eventually see the spread of software that can actually move from Monday to Monday.
Update 1: “Merlot” devices can run Wear OS
XDA-certified developer Ivan_Mailer delved into the latest kernel source code release for the Exynos Samsung Galaxy S20 (SMG980F) when it placed the new device code “Merlot” in the Wi-Fi driver. “Merlot” is called “Wear OS” and may indicate that the device is running Google’s Android OS for smartwatches.
The device is expected to use Broadcom’s BCM43013 combination Bluetooth / Wi-Fi chip, and the Galaxy Tab A7 will be listed in the kernel source code along with other Samsung devices that use Broadcom chips, such as LTE and Galaxy Watch 3. I am. Unfortunately, there are no other references. From “Merlot”, either kernel source code or OneUI 3.1 firmware. Continue to look for evidence that the OS smartwatch Samsung is wearing is a “Merlot”.
Elsewhere in the source, MERLOT is mentioned alongside other Samsung devices that use Broadcom chips, including A7LTE (Tab A7 LTE) and NOBLESSE (Galaxy Watch 3). There are no relevant hits for MERLOT in the latest One UI 3.1 firmware, sadly.
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