Smartwatches running the Wear OS platform will soon be able to unlock your Android phone and laptop.
, by raj, 3 min reading time
Google has announced that Wear OS smartwatches will be able to unlock compatible Android phones, Chromebook laptops, and tablets, making them more useful. The new Wear OS feature was announced as part of Google's CES 2022 announcements, which stated that it will be available in the coming months and will allow users to unlock and access Chromebooks, Android phones, and Android tablets when they are close by.It posted a GIF to show how the functionality would operate, and it appears to entail utilising the watch's pattern unlocking approach to gain access. Google already allows Android phones to unlock Chromebooks, so this appears to be a step to make Wear OS feel more integrated into the Google hardware ecosystem. It isn't a new function in terms of smartwatches, though. The Apple Watch can already be used to unlock Macs and iPhones through the smartwatch.While this may appear to be a minor addition to the Wear OS, we already know that 2022 will be a significant year for Google's wearable platform. Wear OS 3 is expected to begin trickling out to compatible current devices, with new watches likely to follow. There's a chance we'll see new Google watches as well. While adding a smart unlock function to Wear OS may appear insignificant at the moment, it might be the start of an exciting year for Wear.
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