finally Google confirmed Pixel Watch — everything we know


It’s official, the long-rumored Pixel Watch is coming this fall.

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Officially, the Google Pixel Watch is here. Google unveiled their long-rumored smartwatch at Google I/O 2022. Google has confirmed that a Pixel-branded wearable is on the way, despite the fact that there were numerous grounds to suspect this was the case.

We’ll have to wait for a little while longer before anything happens. The Pixel Watch is expected to be released alongside the Google Pixel 7 series in the fall. A Wear OS 3-powered wristwatch could be Google’s most advanced yet, according to rumours. Fitbit’s fitness tracking will be adapted to the wrist, as will some new Android experiences.


Aside from competing with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and even the Apple Watch 8, the Pixel wristwatch will have to live up to the long-anticipated expectations of Pixel smartphone owners. While we wait for the Google Pixel Watch’s planned debut date and pricing, here’s everything else we know about the device, including prospective features and more.

Google Pixel Watch release date

The Pixel Watch will be available in the fall of this year. The month of October comes to mind if forced to be specific. In the past, Google has held hardware announcements in October. A Google Pixel Watch release date will be announced during this presentation.

As recently as a few months ago, the Pixel Watch cleared the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which is a necessary step in launching a product on the market. This might imply that the smartwatch is almost ready for market.


Apple Watch price tag is a topic of discussion

What is the price of the Google Pixel Wear? If we had to guess, it wouldn’t be as much as an Apple Watch. Google hasn’t announced the price of the Pixel Watch, but we estimate it to be in the mid-range. So we’d anticipate Google to lower the price of their smartwatch by a few hundred dollars compared to the Apple Watch Series 7 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. This is similar to how Samsung’s Galaxy S22 and Apple’s 13 are both more expensive than Google’s Pixel 6 series.

Not the cheapest choice, however it might cost between $200 and $350 depending on the model and LTE version. If we know anything about Google’s pricing strategy in the rest of its hardware group, this is just a wild guess.

This is the look of the Google Pixel Watch.

The design of the Google Pixel Watch is still based on the teaser images that the company has released. On the right side, there appears to be a digital crown, as well as a few buttons. However, there are no indications of other hues or sizes available during I/O. It’s possible that Google will follow the trend of other manufacturers who provide two sizes of smartwatches.

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There are rumours circulating about a clean and basic smartwatch from Google called the Pixel Watch. Wearers would be able to personalise their devices with interchangeable bands.

For the time being, little is known about the interior design. As Yogesh Brar alleges in his alleged leak for Google’s Pixel Watch, it may come with the same ‘BioActive Sensor’ that measures heart rate, ECG, and body fat percentage as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.

Google’s Pixel Watch may contain even more dated components. 9to5 A 10nm Exynos 9110 processor, which originally appeared on the Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018, has been rumoured to power the new watch.


Google’s Fitbit-enabled Pixel Watch is now available.

Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of Google’s upcoming Pixel Watch is its integration with Fitbit. Google Fit’s health tracking capabilities pale in comparison to those of the top Fitbit devices. Fitness tracking, active zone minutes, and other health-tracking technologies will be included in the Pixel Watch’s Fitbit Premium features.

Google Watch vs. Samsung Gear S4 is going to be a fascinating competition to watch in the fall.

Wear OS on Google’s Pixel Watch

The Pixel Watch will come pre-loaded with Google’s Wear OS software, which comes as no surprise. Is there anything that can be done to make the programme better, or at least different?


Continuous heart rate tracking, contactless purchases with Google Pay, hands-free Google Assistant access, and a smartwatch shop all feature prominently on third-party Wear OS smartwatches from TicWatch and Fossil. Wear OS’ shortcomings could not be fixed by previous versions of these functions, however the improved version on the Galaxy Watch 4 makes up for that.

Later in 2022, we’ll get a clearer idea of what Wear OS looks like when new smartwatches that are compatible with Wear OS are updated.

Apple Watch vs. Google Pixel Watch

The Google Pixel Watch has a chance at beating the Apple Watch, but only if Google puts in the work and includes some standout features. An excellent Wear OS experience that is easy to use and has a wide variety of useful apps is required. With Google Assistant and its benefits over Siri on your wrist, Google would also need to seamlessly integrate other Google services like Gmail, Google Photos and Gmail calendars into your wrist-based Google Assistant.


The Pixel Watch must build on its Fitbit acquisition to develop a fitness wearable that outperforms the Apple Watch in sensors and workout tracking. Fitbit’s Active Zone Minutes and Daily Readiness Score are two of the best features.

Finally, for the Pixel Watch to succeed, it will have to provide lower prices and a longer battery life than the Apple Watch.

prospects for the Google Pixel Watch

The Google Pixel Watch is highly anticipated, as previously said. Google’s first in-house smartwatch has been anticipated for years, but now we’ll have to wait a little longer. We can hope that it will work, but we won’t know until we put it on our wrist and test it out.


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