It's been quite a long while since Samsung delivered a smartwatch running Android.
You need to go right back to 2014 when the first Gear Live dispatched to discover a Samsung wearable outfitted with Google's Android Wear (presently known as Wear OS).
From that point forward, the organization has utilized its in-house Tizen stage, however another report asserts that could change.
Twitter client UniverseIce said on Friday that an impending watch from Samsung will utilize Android, not Tizen.
They expect that implies the wearable will run Wear OS, but on the other hand it's conceivable the gadget will highlight Samsung's own UI dependent on Android.
The Tweet doesn't disclose a lot of data, so they're currently left to theorize about Samsung's arrangements.
On the off chance that the report is valid, it would be an immense lift for Wear OS, which has flopped as of late.
Seeing help from Samsung could help revive the stage lastly give Android clients a commendable option in contrast to the Apple Watch.
At the present time, there are just a little modest bunch of more modest organizations showing predictable help of Wear OS. Not Google has delivered a cell phone running the stage.
The inquiry is: Why might Samsung leap to Android when Tizen has advanced into a particularly wearable stage? Apparently, the Tizen experience is better than Wear OS, so this nearly appears to be a minimization.
They're not completely what's behind the supposed move, yet they're wanting to find solutions soon.
Samsung is supposed to be dealing with two new wearable gadgets (SM-R86x and SM-R87X). It's theorized that the gadgets will fall in the Galaxy Watch Active product offering, with a delivery anticipated at some point this late spring.
Data past that is as yet a secret, however they could dispatch with Wear OS.
Google's Wear OS stage conceivably making a rebound wasn't the feature they expected in 2021.
However, on the off chance that this report is valid, perhaps they'll at last see the product bloom into something that can really go head to head with Apple's watchOS.