Google To Launch Two Smartwatches In 2017

Google has stated that in the first quarter of 2017, they will be launching two new smartwatches running Android Wear 2.0. However, the famous leakster Evan Blass already informed us about this, way back in October.
Google unveiled the Android Wear 2.0 at its I/O developer conference; and the latest version of the smartwatch operating system allows users to run apps without needing to pair it to a smartphone. Not only this, the new Android Wear smartwatches will be equipped with the famous voice activated communication system, Google Assistant.
Earlier, when the rumor about Google's smartwatches was spread, it was not clear if these will be under Google's flagship (like Pixel devices) or in partnership with other brands (like Nexus devices). However, now it is clear that the watches will carry the brand name of the manufacturer which Google referred to as "partner OEM" (OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer). 
A Google spokesperson has gone on to inform us about the watches which will be gaining Android Wear 2.0: Asus’ ZenWatch 2 and 3; Casio’s Smart Outdoor Watch; Fossil’s Q Wander, Q Marshal, and Q Founder; Huawei’s Huawei Watch and Huawei Watch Ladies; Lenovo’s Moto 360 Sport; LG’s LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, LG Watch Urbane, and LG G Watch R; Michael Kors’ Access Bradshaw Smartwatch and Access Dylan Smartwatch; Nixon’s Mission; Polar’s M600; and Tag Heuer’s Connected.