Google has released a new developer preview build of its latest Wear OS 3.2. The update comes with minor tweaks to the Wear OS preview, which was launched back in December. With the company working on introducing minor changes to Wear OS 3, the public release of Wear OS 3.2 does not seem too far from now. Let’s check out the tweaks that the latest Wear OS 3.2 brings to Google wearables.
Google Wear OS 3.2 Preview Changelog
The latest Wear OS 3.2 Developer Preview does not show any major changes introduced with the Wear OS 3. The interface remains the same with no significant changes to the settings menu, notifications, or other features.
While there is not much to list for the new changelog, one of the minor tweaks to the Wear OS 3 includes changing the icons in the app drawers. This results in some built-in app icons looking similar to Google’s “Themed icons” in Android 12, but without a constant colour throughout these icons. Apps with this change include Calendar, Alarm, Hand-Wash Timer, Settings, Stopwatch, and others. Similarly, Google has tweaked the icons for the notifications tray, with system icons adopting a uniform colour this time.
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Furthermore, the new Wear OS 3.2 Developer Preview adds to the March 2022 security patch for smartwatches. However, there is no hint of the new Google Assistant design that was announced earlier this month. We can expect the stable build to introduce the same, but nothing can be said for sure as of now.
While there are no significant changes to be excited about, Google is constantly working on tweaking Wear OS before it is finally launched. Also, the emulator images don’t guarantee the exact changes to be seen on the Wear OS after launch. In any case, those opting to flash the latest build will also get the latest March 2022 security patch.
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