Android Wear 2.0 recently got a software bump up with Oreo’s features. As we’ve learned with AW2 overall, a software update only means something new’s come along, not necessarily something you would want to use. And it took until just a few months ago to just bring that update to all the eligible watches.

Well, we at least know which watches are getting the 8.0 Oreo update as the Android Wear Help pages now have a dedicated tracker for such updates. These are the watches that ether have the update or are slated to get the update.

Already available:

To receive the update:

For timelines on the update, consumers will have to consult their manufacturers. Sadly, while Verizon’s Wear24 is a cheap buy — especially for a device released this year — on the secondhand market, there’s no update to be seen here.

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