Major Android Wear smartphone makers don’t plan to introduce new wearables in time for the holidays, according to a new report from CNET.

ASUS was the latest company to introduce an Android Wear smartwatch during IFA a few weeks back, but Motorola, Huawei and LG, three of the largest Android Wear smartwatch makers, aren’t planning new models anytime soon, CNET said. That’s bad news for fans of Android who might be expecting new hardware to go along with the Android Wear 2.0 update announced back in May. It also gives Samsung and Apple some running room.

Samsung’s Gear S3 smartwatch is expected to launch in time for the holidays, and both the Apple Watch Series 1 (a small upgrade over the original) and Apple Watch Series 2 will launch later this week.

LG spokesperson Ken Hong suggested LG is still testing the waters with the market. “We want to see what sticks,” he told CNET. Motorola wants to wait until connected smartwatches – the type Samsung and LG already sell – are more mainstream. “It’s technically feasible, [but] the trade-offs on the product itself means we’re not quite ready yet,” Motorola told CNET.

There’s nothing wrong with the current generation of Android Wear watches, but fans of the platform are going to have to wait until at least next year for something new from some of the bigger players.