a clearer picture of the Pixel Watch is emerging
More Pixel Watch leaks have appeared online, in if the last batch wasn’t enough to satiate your curiosity. Not only do we now know more about the watch’s design, but we’ve also seen photos of someone wearing what seems to be the Google Pixel Watch.
Yogesh Brar, a leaker who claims to have obtained Pixel Watch details from “a relatively fresh source,” has provided the latest update.” Samsung is said to be working with Google on the Pixel Watch, which is expected to look a lot like the Galaxy Watch 4.
Pricing and “limited” availability of the Google Pixel Watch
Pixel Watch will contain sensors similar to those found in “Galaxy Watch,” according to Brar “Most likely referring to the Galaxy Watch 4’s ECG sensor, the most current model. So it’s likely that Samsung’s 3-in-1 BioActive Sensor, which contains an ECG sensor and bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) to measure body fat percentage, will be included in the Pixel Watch’s sensors.
There will be two sizes of the Pixel Watch, each with a distinct band colour, according to Brar, plus the current Wear OS 3.1 release, which seems like a certainty at this point.
It’s worth noting, though, that Brar thinks the watch may only be offered in a limited edition for $300 to $400. That’s less than the $400 price tag that was previously rumoured. Nevertheless, if this is accurate, the Pixel Watch will be little more costly than the $250 Galaxy Watch 4. I don’t know whether it’s going to be restricted or not.
New Google Pixel Watch photos have surfaced.
Reddit user tagtech414 provided the photos of the Pixel Watch being worn. After the claimed Pixel Watch was reportedly left at a restaurant, they shared the first photographs of the device and then answered questions in an AMA.
Due to the fact that they did not have the straps, Tagtech could only share photos of the watch faces. After the straps arrived, we can examine the rumoured Pixel Watch in its entirety and have a better idea of how it all works.
Despite its initial “pain to attach,” the strap reportedly provides a reliable attachment once in place. The band is “a soft silicone with decent flex and doesn’t appear to show fingerprints/oil too much,” according to the reviewer. The clasp is made of metal rather than plastic, although the band itself has a similar appearance as the Fitbit Charge 5 bands.
Tagtech also noticed that while bending the wrist back or typing, the watch’s crown does not protrude into the back of the hand, which is wonderful to hear. In addition, the Redditor reports that the watch seems slimmer than its half-inch thickness would lead you to believe.
Due to Tagtech’s inability to start up the Watch, we have no idea what version of Wear OS it will ship with.
The Pixel Watch has yet to be announced, but it’s expected to be presented at Google I/O, which starts on May 11th. We’ll keep you up to date on all the newest and greatest Pixel Watch rumours and leaks. Until Google makes the wristwatch official, it’s best to treat all of these rumours with a grain of salt.