Google Pixel Watch tipped to use an Exynos chip from 2018


According to Google, a smartwatch will be released within a few months following the company’s I/O conference this year. As a result, we’re left with a lot of unanswered questions regarding the tech giant’s plans.

Fortunately, the Exynos 9110 SoC was discovered by 9to5Google’s sources. To put this in context, this is a 2018 chipset with two Cortex-A53 cores manufactured using a 10nm manufacturing process. Exynos W920, which powers the Galaxy Watch4 series, is a more current alternative. Cortex-A55 cores and a more efficient 5nm node make this a far more powerful processor.

For its 2022 product, why is Google relying on technology that is more than a decade old? Sources say Google has been working on its Pixel Watch for some time now using an older processor. This is in line with what we’ve heard before. Delaying the watch even more will be the result of switching to a new platform.


The W920 SoC may not be available to third parties just yet, and it’s not certain when Google will be able to get its hands on it.

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