Some time ago, Google officially announced that the Pixel Watch smartwatch will also enter the market with the Pixel 7 series. This one has already appeared in leaks, but the manufacturer has provided us with official photos revealing its construction, and the latest reports reveal further details of the specification.
Pixel Watch looks really nice
Design-wise, the smartwatch is characterized by a round, bezel-less dial with a curved display. The bottom of the case is made of metal, and there are two physical buttons on both sides of the crown. The straps are made of silicone. We only know from official information that it will integrate with Fitbit, so you will be able to track activity in the zone, progress statistics or set personal fitness goals. Continuous sleep and heart rate tracking will appear. The smartwatch is to run on Wear OS.
Now it’s time for leaks, and those about the Google watch revealed a lot. We have already learned that it will be powered by a fairly old Exynos 9110 processor. However, new information indicates that there will also be an additional chip on board, probably for repair tasks. According to 9to5Google, Pixel Watch will come with 32 GB of built-in memory. This is really a lot when it comes to this type of device. It is also to have more RAM than any other WearOS watch available on the market. If so, it will have to beat the Galaxy Watch3 which has 1.5 GB of RAM.
From such additional information, the Pixel Watch is expected to have the same sensors at the bottom as the Fitbit Charge 5, so we can expect the same or at least similar health monitoring features. The source only provides heart rate tracking, blood oxygen measurement and EKG.