The launch of Android 5.0 Lollipop will be followed by a version of the OS made for Android Wear devices, and a new report claims to have information on what features will be included in that update when it is released.
According to the report from Phandroid, there's plenty of new stuff coming in Android Wear 5.0 — for starters, the ability to track battery life over time and see which apps are having the biggest impact. The feature is resident on the paired smartphone, so you'll be checking that chart through the Android Wear app.
Also coming is a watch face API that will allow for even more customized faces, according to the report. Right now we're mostly reliant on the creations of the manufacturers of these devices, but with 5.0 we may very well see a proliferation of third-party watch faces.
New screen brightness options are tipped for the update, along with improvements for the "Ok Google" voice assistant, vision impairment improvements with bigger text and color inversion, and even an undo option for recovering lost notifications. Naturally, none of this has been confirmed by Google so take all of this information with a grain of salt until the Android Wear 5.0 Lollipop update goes live.