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A few of the big Android 8.0 features are coming to the smartwatch platform on just about a few dozen devices. Some devices have already received it.
As the name suggests, the Polar M430 wearable device is humbler and cheaper than the Android Wear-based M600, targeting amateur and pro runners.
A major bug has kept most Android Wear watches eligible for the update stuck, though we now have one more watch ready to go for next week.
Fossil's not special in this case as Nixon and Polar Android Wear watches are also off the Google Store. But the timing ain't good.
The update won't just bring stock Wear 2.0 improvements to the Polar M600, but it also has new languages and a new fitness tracking metric.
A trio of new Android Wear devices picks up official US Google Store support, replacing aging Asus and Casio smartwatches.
It also has a circular black-and-white LCD, swim-grade water resistance and a whole lot more. And it is $200 cheaper than the M600.
Watch our first look at the new Polar M600, which can totally qualify as the best Android Wear smartwatch available at the moment
Who knew six LEDs could accurately scan your heart rate? That's the claim Finnish fitness tech company Polar is making, anyways, for its new M600 watch.