More Pixel Watch leaks have appeared online, in if the last batch wasn’t enough to satiate your curiosity. Additionally, there are photos of a person who looks to be wearing the Google Pixel Watch, which gives us a better idea of what to expect.
By Yogesh Brar, a well-known leaker who claims to have obtained information on the Pixel Watch from “a relatively fresh source.”” Samsung is reportedly involved in the development of the Pixel Watch, which might explain some of the device’s resemblance to the Galaxy Watch 4.
Limited availability and pricing of the Google Pixel Watch.
In Brar’s words, “Galaxy Watch” sensors will be used in Pixel Watch “Samsung’s most current Galaxy Watch 4 is most likely being referred to here. So it’s likely that Samsung’s 3-in-1 BioActive Sensor, which contains an ECG sensor and bioelectric impedance analysis (BIA) to measure body fat percentage, will be included in the Pixel Watch’s sensors.
He believes the Pixel Watch will arrive in two sizes and at least four different watch bands, and that the current Wear OS 3.1 release is a definite.
It’s also possible that the watch will only be offered in a limited release for between $300 and $400, according to Brar’s statement. That’s less than the $400 price tag that was previously rumoured. According to the rumours, if they’re accurate it would put the Pixel Watch over the $250 price point of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4. I don’t know whether it’s going to be restricted or not.
More photos of the Google Pixel Watch have appeared online.
Images of a person wearing a Pixel Watch were taken by tagtech414 from Reddit. After the claimed Pixel Watch was reportedly left at a restaurant, they shared the first photographs of the device and then answered questions in an AMA.
Because they didn’t have the straps, Tagtech previously only supplied photographs of the watch face. After the straps arrived, we can examine the rumoured Pixel Watch in its entirety and have a better idea of how it all works.
The strap is described as “somewhat of a nuisance to instal the first time,” but once it’s in place, it provides a secure connection. The band is “a soft silicone with decent flex and doesn’t appear to show fingerprints/oil too much,” as the reviewer puts it. It doesn’t appear that different from the bands offered with the Fitbit Charge 5, albeit the clasp is metal instead of plastic.
This is a fantastic thing to hear, since the watch’s crown doesn’t get in the way of typing or bending the wrist back. The Redditor also adds that the watch is thinner than its half-inch thickness would lead you to believe and that it nearly doesn’t feel like it is there at all.
Because Tagtech hasn’t been able to start on the device, we have no idea what the Watch’s user interface will look like or what version of Wear OS it will come preloaded with.
Google I/O, which starts on May 11 and runs through the following day, is said to be the venue for the Pixel Watch’s unveiling. In the meanwhile, we’ll keep you updated on all the newest and greatest Pixel Watch rumours and leaks. Just keep an open mind until Google makes an official announcement about the wristwatch.