Earlier this month, the Moto 360 and Moto 360 Sport started getting an update with May's security patches and a couple of Moto Body improvements, while other Wear watches got just the new security updates. And given that almost none of the other manufacturers share their update's details, we didn't know if anything else had changed in their software along with that.

Now ASUS has posted the release notes for its ZenWatch 2 update to software version MWD59,MWD48B. There's nothing groundbreaking here, but if you own this speaker-enabled and yet slightly cheap watch, you'll be happy to read about the different improvements along with the option to view the Peek card in ASUS' own watchfaces.

1.Improve the quality of display
2.Improve the stability of connection
3.Fix security vulnerabilities ( Update to May 2016 of Android Security Bulletins )
4.Improve sleep tracking
5.Peek card is set to enabled in ASUS default watch face. Notification will be always shown in normal and ambient modes

We still haven't received any tips about this update showing up on users' watches, so we're not sure if it has begun rolling out or not yet. Either way, you might just have to wait a little bit to get it on your wrist.