Android 5.1.1 for smartwatches was announced back in April, but right here we're smartly into June and nonetheless not anything for the Motorola Moto 360. If we didn’t recognize higher, we’d say it virtually really feel like Motorola placed the 360 on the again burner, what with the tool update already rolling out to so much different Android Wear units considering then. We understand that’s now not in point of fact the case and with the large adjustments presented in Android 5.1.1 — like always-on apps and WiFi connectivity — we had a feeling Motorola would possibly gave run into a few snags.
Those considering precisely why we haven’t won the update but, it seems that Motorola continues to be working on getting efficiency as much as snuff they usually’re working with Google to make it occur. That’s what they advised one consumer on Twitter who inquired on the loss of 5.1 for his or her Moto 360.
With Motorola making the difficult number of the use of an underpowered TI OMAP 3 within the Moto 360, it actually shouldn’t come as so much of a wonder. We had a large feeling efficiency may take a hit in Android 5.1. At the very least, it’s comforting to in spite of everything listen one thing out of Motorola. Shouldn’t be an excessive amount of longer prior to the update hits our Moto 360s and we will be able to in spite of everything placed all this at the back of us.