Since Google launched the Pixel phones, Android users have been looking forward to the Google Pixel Watch to combine Wear OS with the company’s ecosystem. After six years of numerous leaks, rumors, and delays, Google has announced its long-awaited smartwatch.
Briefly revealed during Google I/O 2022 in May, the Pixel Watch is an Android watch with a compact 41mm circular design, thick bezels, a 1.4-inch OLED display with 450 x 450 pixels resolution, Corning Gorilla Glass protection, and a swivel crown on the right side. It allows you to change the bracelets for different colors and materials, such as silicone, metal, and leather.
The Google Pixel Watch has 5 ATM water resistance, support for Pixel Buds Fast Pair and other traditional features of the category, such as electrocardiogram (ECG) reading, step counter, and tracking of various physical activities, emergency call.
Among the Watch Faces, he owns the Ten Oh Nine smartwatch from Pebble, a company bought by Fitbit and then acquired by Google three years later.
Under the hood, it has a 10-nanometer Samsung Exynos 9110 processor, Mali-T720 GPU, 2 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, in addition to a 294 mAh battery unit with a 24-hour autonomy.
In the software, it has Wear OS 3.5, Fitbit algorithm and user interface that incorporates Material You in a similar way to the Galaxy Watch, as well as integration with other company apps such as Maps. Among other highlights, it has support for LTE connections, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, built-in GPS and IP68 certification.
The smartwatch is now available for pre-order starting $349.99 or $29.17/month.