Google Pixel Watch: Release date, price, features and more


What is the release date of the Pixel Watch? What is the total cost? What will it accomplish?

Google’s long-rumored Pixel Watch may be on its way. Google’s new Wear OS, which incorporates features from Tizen and Fitbit, has prompted the company to produce new wearables to go along with it.

There is a good chance that Google is working on a Pixel Watch, which may challenge the likes of the Apple Watch 7, Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, and all the other top smartwatches now available.


When, not when, the Pixel Watch will be released, a slew of wearable patents and acquisitions suggests. More and more reports say that the Pixel Watch is genuine and will be available within the next few months.

One of the fastest-growing consumer electronics categories is smartwatches and fitness trackers. Like Google’s impending Pixel 6a or Pixel 7 smartphones, it would be sensible for the company to release an accessory model of its own.

What is the release date of the Pixel Watch? And what will it look like? What distinguishing characteristics will it have? Google Pixel Watch’s release date, pricing, design, and more are all rumoured here. And check out our Google in 2022 piece for additional future-gazing.


The Pixel Watch might be released as early as this year.

According to leaker Jon Prosser, the Google Pixel Watch will be unveiled at Google I/O in May and go on sale in October instead of the previously predicted May release date.

I’m told that Google will formally announce the Pixel 6a and “tease” the Pixel Watch during Google I/O, which is a developer-focused event, according to Prosser. Pixel Watch will be officially unveiled and released with the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro in October.”

WearOS 3.1 is referred to in another leak by Evan Blass and he claims it “won’t be long now,” which means the Pixel Watch might be released in the spring.


conjecture about the cost of the Google Pixel Watch

What is the expected price of the Google Pixel Watch? Our best bet is that it costs less than an Apple Watch. There aren’t many pricing leaks for the Google Pixel Watch, but we estimate it to be in the mid-range. We anticipate Google will aim to undercut the $399 starting price of the Apple Watch Series 7 and the $249 starting price of the Galaxy Watch 4, respectively. To put it in comparison with Samsung S22 and iPhone 13, Google Pixel 6 series is less expensive than both of these devices.

It’s not going to be the cheapest phone on the market, but it might cost between $200 and $350 depending on the size and LTE options. According on what we know about Google’s price approach for its other hardware products, this is merely a hunch. Although the watch is expected to cost more than a Fitbit, insiders say the price will be higher.

Design of the Google Pixel Watch

According to reports, a prototype of the Google Pixel Watch has been discovered at a restaurant. Two buttons can be seen in the initial set of photographs revealed by Android Central, which depicts a circular design with a crown on the right side of the phone.


It also looks that the Pixel Watch will have a proprietary watch band connection, although this has yet to be verified by the company. But it’s not clear what additional sensors there are.

According to Pixel Watch leaker Yogesh Brar, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4’s ‘BioActive Sensor,’ which can detect heart rate, ECG, and body fat percentage, will be used in the Pixel Watch.

At least four distinct colour options are expected for the bands, according to Brar’s sources.

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In April, Jon Prosser tweeted a leaked image of what he believes is the Google Pixel Watch, showing off a rounded design with what looks to be a physical crown. This was our first actual look at the Pixel Watch’s design. When pushed, the crown feels like an Apple Watch’s, according to a Reddit user who has the watch in his or her hands.

There is no SIM card slot on the watch’s left side, according to the Reddit AMA, but this isn’t a great surprise, since the speaker grille and microphone are on the right.

Around an inch and a half in diameter, with a prominent bezel, and about half an inch in thickness, is the supposed prototype’s watch face. Several other Reddit users also claimed that the charging connection may be comparable to that of the Fitbit Versa family.


An official-looking Pixel Watch marketing picture set was just revealed by the leaker. The photos show a wearable with a circular face and a bezel-less display that seems to bend around the smartwatch’s corners.. The solitary crown on the right side of the watch seems to be the sole physical control for the timepiece.

As a result, the Pixel Watch seems to be a sleek and simple wristwatch, in line with the style of previous Pixel gadgets. In the meanwhile, users may personalise their watches with interchangeable bands.

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According to 91Mobiles, this might be the first official render picture of the Pixel Watch. In addition to showing the curvature of the circular display, the crown on the right side, and a Google Pixel 6-like UI, it also has Fitbit-specific UI complexities.


We’ve also seen some fantastic concept art. These graphics were created by James Tsai, a Taiwanese designer. It’s no surprise that Tsai was influenced by Google’s “Made By Google” products, since she created a collection of fun renderings with names like “milk white”, “sweet papaya,” and “boba black.”

The Pixel Superfans’ virtual colouring book seems to include hints about the Google Pixel Watch’s colour palette. Think common colours in a pastel version like Just Black, Lemon Pop, Pale Yellow, and Dark Olive.

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In a separate leak, only three hues are named: black, grey, and gold instead of Google’s more humorous names for the colours. However, this came from a single US carrier, so it’s likely that there are additional colours available that this firm will not be selling.


What appears like skin-based touch controls for the Pixel Watch and Pixel Buds have been revealed in a Google patent filing.

When it comes to managing wireless headphones and smartwatches, sensors might be used as a touch-sensitive surface on the skin of the wearer. Although a patent application is just the initial step in the development of this technology, the product may never be released. However, the Pixel Watch would stand out from the crowd if it had such a technology.

specifications of Google’s new Pixel Watch

Codenamed Ling, Triton and Sardine, Google’s Pixel Watch models are being developed under the supervision of WinFuture, a German magazine. According to Insider, the initiative is referred to as “Rohan” by Google employees.


These Pixel Watch code names, however, are uncertain as to what they really stand for. Based on the titles, it’s likely that the gadgets will come in a variety of shapes and sizes, as well as maybe with varied specifications.

Using Fossil’s smartwatch technology, which it purchased last year for $40 million, one may be fashion-oriented. Google’s acquisition of Fitbit might help another become one of the greatest fitness monitors.

If you’re interested in learning more about Google’s plans for body movement sensors, you may want to have a look at this piece from ET News. There is a good chance that the Pixel Watch will include these features, along with Qualcomm’s newest wristwatch processor and reports of internal storage and LTE connection.


Wear OS for the Google Pixel Watch is now available

Google will include its own Wear OS platform in the Pixel Watch, which is a no-brainer. What, then, might be different or even better about the software?

There are a number of Wear OS capabilities that are available on third-party smartwatches like TicWatch and Fossil as well as in the Google Play smartwatch store for Google Fit and Google Pay. However, the current, more improved Wear OS version works well on Galaxy Watch 4 despite these capabilities’ previous shortcomings.

In early 2022, we’ll have a clearer feel of what Wear OS looks like without Samsung’s own integrated UI.


However, according to Insider’s claim, basic capabilities like step tracking and heart rate monitoring will be included in the Pixel Watch. According to the story, Google’s purchase of Fitbit might lead to Wear OS and Fitbit integration nicknamed “Nightlight.”

Google Pixel Watch might incorporate Fitbit fitness monitoring across several watch faces, according to a second report from 9to5Google. In the Wear OS 3 video, one of the watch faces includes the Fitbit logo with a running count of the number of steps climbed and the total calories burnt.

The basic conclusion is that Google’s software is always improving. Wear OS is a favourite of one of our writers, and he’s had some suggestions for Google about what he’d want to see in a Pixel Watch.


Apple Watch vs. Google Pixel Watch

There is a chance that the Google Pixel Watch may defeat the Apple Watch at its own game, but it will require a lot of effort from Google and a lot of innovative features. An excellent Wear OS experience that is easy to use and has a large variety of useful applications 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 calendar.

The Pixel Watch must build on its Fitbit purchase to develop a fitness wearable that outperforms the Apple Watch in sensors and exercise tracking. One of the most useful aspects of the Fitbit is the Daily Readiness Score, which measures how ready you are for the day ahead.

Not to mention a lower price point and a better battery life than the Apple Watch for the Pixel Watch to succeed.


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