Google Pixel Watch Launch When? Leaks Hint At Imminent Release, Images Out

Pixel Watch launch soon. Expected earlier at Pixel 6 series launch, latest rumors say that Google is all set to launch Pixel smartwatch next year, probably Q1 2022, to be called Pixel Watch. Google Pixel Watch remained a hot topic throughout 2021 since the I/O event. The Google smartwatch has already been leaked on a number of occasions, and we will get to see a new Apple Watch contender in the market offering some seamless software experience. 

Google Pixel Watch Launch When? Leaks Hint At Imminent Release, Images Out

The company is now said to finally officially announce the smartwatch. The Pixel Watch, the first-ever smartwatch from the brand has been tipped on a number of occasions. 

The images earlier shared by popular tipster Jon Prosser revealed a circular dial with a physical crown to match traditional watches with interchangeable straps and a heart rate tracker. The upcoming Google Watch will offer a premium slim form factor alongside a curved display, much like the OnePlus Watch. 

The Pixel smartwatch will pack in a metallic frame with a big crown, as the Apple Watch.

The Google smartwatch will come in two colour options: Silver and Black. The leaked images also revealed that the upcoming smartwatch will come with changeable straps, to be available in different forms and colours.

The Pixel Watch may run on an in-house made by Samsung as Google’s first-inhouse chipset “Whitechapel” for the upcoming Pixel smartphones is being manufactured in association with the South Korean conglomerate. 

Either, the Pixel Watch may ship with the latest Snapdragon Wear 4100+ quad-core SoC, based on a 12nm manufacturing process offering a clock speed of 1.7GHz with WearOS taking care of the software.

The Google Pixel Watch will have a gesture control system which can detect movements with multiple fitness modes, Spo2 sensor for oxygenation tracking, sleep apnea detection, sleep analysis, heartbeat alerts, recovery time monitoring, stress tracking, pairing for medical devices, gym equipment pairing, reps detection, calorie tracking and much more.

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