Released just over five years ago as Android Wear, the Wear OS wearable device system has never managed to stand out in the smartwatch market, having faced strong competition ever since with proprietary systems like Tizen (Samsung) and WatchOS (Apple).
In this long walk, the system has been gradually trying to evolve, having recently reached its 2.24 version, bringing important improvements in order to gain the market, thus increasing its competitiveness with its main competitors.
However, not all are flowers in the lives of users and recently, some owners of watches with the system signed by Google embarked began to report slowness in their watches, something that even considering the simplest hardware, it is strange to see.
Fortunately, however, the palatative solution to this problem already seems to have emerged in the forums, having been seen in a specific discussion of TicWatch that system fluidity can be improved by turning off the automatic brightness available on wearables.
To confirm this possibility, the Italian website HDBlog decided to use TicWatch Pro and turn off the function in question, having curiously worked, passing the device to respond more effectively to the given commands.
If you have a smartwatch with the system having the same problem, you can test the solution through the Settings menu > Display> Adjust the brightness . It should be noted that not all smart clocks with the system have automatic management support in question.