Pixel Watch tipped with battery life and cellular connectivity


It’s possible that you’ll have to wait a day or two between charges.

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New reports about the Google Pixel Watch’s battery capacity and cellular connection possibilities have surfaced in the last few days, and it doesn’t seem like leaks will slow down any time soon.

According to 9to5Google insiders, the first item of conjecture is that the Pixel Watch will have a 300mAh battery packed in. Fossil Gen 6 sports a 300mAh battery, which is comparable to Samsung Galaxy Watch 4’s 247mAh battery in 40mm casing.


The Pixel Watch is slated to use Wear OS, and both of those devices have a battery life of roughly 24 hours (depending of course on how much you use them). The Pixel Watch, on the other hand, seems to have a battery life of around a day and a half.

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This insider also revealed that at least one Pixel Watch model would feature cellular connection. To put it another way, you won’t need your phone to use the smartwatch’s internet or make phone calls.

A few days ago, it was reported that the Pixel Watch may come in three distinct models. Distinctions in size or even characteristics are more likely than not; however, the exact nature of such differences is unknown at this time. Depending on the model, cellular connection may be an optional feature.


There were images showing what seemed to be a Google employee’s Pixel Watch a few days ago after it was abandoned at a restaurant by someone else. Google IO 2022, which begins May 11, is when the gadget is likely to be unveiled.

In our opinion, smartwatches’ battery life could be improved.

Although it’s not a great surprise, we can anticipate the Google Pixel Watch’s battery to last around a day between charges, which is in line with many of the most popular models out there, such as the Apple Watch.

In our opinion, these wearables deserve longer battery life, but manufacturers are certainly working within the limitations of their physical size. Even if you remember to charge your smartwatch overnight, you’ll be out of luck the next day without the ability to sit down near a power outlet for a few hours.


To get around the one-day battery constraint, several smartwatch manufacturers have turned to monochrome displays and the possibility of solar charging. If you’re cautious about what you’re using it for, a device like the Garmin Instinct Solar may last for weeks without recharging.

As for battery life, it does not seem like the Google Pixel Watch will be a standout performer. In order to entice customers, it will have to depend on other capabilities, such as built-in Google Assistant compatibility, to stand apart.


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