22 April, 2024
Pixel Watch

Google has officially announced the Pixel Watch

For years, there have been constant rumors that Google may develop its own Pixel-branded smartwatch. After all, Google has officially announced the Pixel Watch. The Pixel Watch has been fully unveiled today at a Google event after the firm teased it earlier this year at I/O.

The Pixel Watch has a 41mm case and it appears to be the sole option, so for people with larger hands or wrists, 41mm might really be a little small. Next, let’s talk about its display. In contrast to rivals like the Apple Watch, it has a circular face, giving it a more conventional watch appearance.

The smartwatch also features an always-on display with 320 PPI pixels and a maximum brightness of 1,000 nits. The watch also has a side button and a crown with “Premium Haptics,” as described by Google.

The Pixel Watch has all the capabilities you would anticipate from wristwatch given that it is one. We’re talking about heart rate monitor, an integrated ECG, workout trackers, and an additional Fitbit Premium subscription that is optional if you require more in-depth health information.
The Pixel Watch’s internal hardware consists of Samsung Exynos 9110 CPU, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage. 
It’s really odd because Exynos chipsets from Samsung are normally seen in Samsung-branded goods. If anything, this merely serves to highlight how closely Google and Samsung have been collaborating.

Pixel Watch Prices

If the Google new smartwatch sounds like a wristwatch you’d be interested in purchasing, it will start at $349.99 for the WiFi/Bluetooth device and $399.99 for the LTE model.

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