Google Pixel Watch Made it new several times in the last few weeks. The first smartwatch with Pixels Moniker is one of Google’s most talked about products. Although the tech giant has not officially released any details about the wearable, we’ve seen numerous leaks and images that indicate what users might expect from the next product. Recent report by 9to5Google Has revealed that the Google Pixel Watch will be powered by a 300mAh battery.
The report also compares Google Pixel Watch with similar specifications and other smartwatches with battery capacity such as Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Fossil Gen 6 and Skagen’s Faster Gen 6. The report suggests that the Pixel Watch can run anywhere from 20 hours to 48 hours. Apart from this, the report also claims that the smartwatch will have cellular connectivity.
In a recent report, AndroidCentral shared real images of the alleged Google Pixel Watch. The publication claims that the smartwatch was found by one of their sources in a US restaurant. According to the source, the device may be a test mode for the built-in pixel team.
When it comes to images, Google Pixel Watch looks just like leaked rendered images. Images show that the smartwatch will follow a minimalist design language with almost no bezel. The images also show that the pixel watch will have some buttons near the crown that will look similar to those seen on Apple Pull Watch models.
The band with the smartwatch looks like a proprietary Google band and the Apple Watch looks like a sports band. According to the report, the smartwatch is not bundled with the charger. The report further states that when the source tried to power up the smartwatch, nothing happened behind the boot logo. This may be due to the absence of any operating system.
According to tipster Evan Blas, the launch of the Pixel Rohan is imminent. Although Tipster has not announced a specific timeline for the launch, another Tipster John Prosser claimed last month that the company could launch the device in Google I / O 2022. The annual conference is scheduled for May 11-12.