Mobile reporter Evan Blass said that the next version of Google's smartwatch operating system will arrive next month. The report follows a leak last week which claimed that Google had notified developers about the upcoming release of Android Wear 2.0's so they could get ready to update apps for continued support.

VentureBeat reported that the partnership between LG and Google for the Android Wear 2.0 will be revealed at an event for the official launch of the platform on February 9. Selling in the US will begin the next day.

According to The Verge, Blass also said that the Android Wear 2.0 will arrive first to two new smartwatches by LG - the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style. Both watches have OLED displays, 4GB of internal storage, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth connectivity.  Both also feature a circular touchscreen face with a side button for navigation purposes.

The Watch Sport is 14.2-millimeters thick with a slightly larger watch face, and will be available in dark blue and titanium. The Watch Style, on the other hand, is slightly slimmer at 10.8-millimeters thick, and it will be available in more colors - titanium, silver and rose gold - plus, users can swap out straps.

Both the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style feature Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, but the Sport model Sport model throws in cellular connectivity (with both 3G and LTE data) as well as GPS and NFC radios. There is a significant difference in internal specs. RAM for the Watch Sport is 768MB, while the Watch Style will have 512MB. 

Since both Watch Sport and Watch Style will be running Android Wear 2.0, users will be able to experience Google Assistant's first integration on a wearable, as well as see Google Play Store access on the wrist and standalone smartwatch apps.