The first official picture of the Google Pixel Watch may have just been released.
Google’s first smartwatch, the Pixel Watch, is expected to be on sale soon, and a recent leak suggests it will be a stunning device.
In an article for 91Mobiles, Pixel Watch leaker Evan Blass has published what seems to be the first official depiction of the device’s codename “Rohan.” According to a recent leak of a picture of the Pixel Watch manual, the watch’s design has been released previously, but never with supposedly official graphics, which indicates that its release is imminent.
It seems that the Pixel Watch will have a classic circular watch face with a crown on the right side, as previously reported. According to rumour, this will be like the Digital Crown on the Apple Watch 7.
This picture shows that the Pixel Watch may feature a curved display that makes it difficult to discern where the screen finishes and the bezel starts. We can’t tell for sure whether these renderings are authentic, but we hope they are, since they show a striking-looking gadget with enough of room for users to engage with its numerous features.
We can expect the Pixel Watch to operate on WearOS, which launched on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 earlier this year. However, judging on the leaked photos, it will seem rather different. With a black, white and green colour scheme and a Fitbit logo (possibly a shortcut to additional fitness functions), the watch seems to contain complications for the date, steps done, heart rate, and the time as well. The typeface used here is the same as on Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 7 smartphones, which will be released later this year.
The Pixel Watch is highly expected to make an appearance at Google I/O 2022 in May, considering the rising number of leaks. That would indicate it might come with the rumoured Pixel 6a, which is also expected to be shown at the I/O conference.