The software build as it states is specifically meant for developers and a layman would find it hard to decipher what Android P shall bring on their plate.
But, the big question here is, can just a name swap change this scenario? You can see the rebranded logo of Wear OS in the listed image.
The Alphabet backed search engine firm is hell-bent on giving its Android Wear platform a new life, and what's better than rebranding it in achieving the same. A notification displayed by the app directly referenced "Wear OS" and displayed a new logo for the platform.
The Wear OS branding was first spotted by Reddit user H3x0n while setting up a new Android Wear device last week. It shows a new "W" logo featuring Google's blue, yellow, green, and red color scheme, along with the name "Wear OS". The same thing is going to happen with the Android Wear. Some eagle-eyed observers have picked up on some language in a recent app update that suggests it may be christened with a new name in the future. Although smartwatches saw a period of growth previous year, it doesn't look like many device makers are that eager to create new Android Wear smartwatches.
This function alerts the Android Wear users about a nearby Android Wear device to pair up with it to your current Android Wear device.
Android Wear used to be my personal favorite wearable OS, and I religiously wore the Samsung Gear Live, Moto 360, and Huawei Watch. These devices can connect with other mobile devices based on Android and iOS.