Since 2019, rumors have been making rounds about Google launching first-ever pixel smartwatch. This may well be a possibility next month as Google would be hosting developer conference. New reports have emerged that the tech giant is expected to reveal much-awaited maiden pixel smartwatch.
Famous story-breaker Evan Blass disclosed the teaser of the device on the social networking platform, Twitter. Codenamed ‘Pixel Rohan’, the device will be running on the Wear OS 3.1 version. The addition of pixel smartwatch will be an inclusion in the exclusive wearables from Google.
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Possible features, timeline of pixel smartwatch
Google will begin hosting its next developer conference from 11th May. It remains to be seen whether Evan’s prediction hits the bullseye or the wait continues even further. Moreover, it is significant to state that Wear OS 3.1 is not the latest version. The possibility of newer Wear OS version could be discussed at the event next month. Also, later in the year, Pixel 7 smartphones are going to be announced. Therefore, the launch of pixel smartwatch may well be slotted during those days.
Nonetheless, there have been multiple leaks around the smartwatch. Speculators have shared many images which showcases the design and style of the wearable. If rumors are anything to go by, the device will be equipped with a circular design besides offering high-end ECG monitoring capability. Furthermore, it will also offer basic health sensors along with up to 32GB internal storage which will also possess modern processor. However, nothing is final or concrete yet.
How pricey the smartwatch is going to be? Nobody knows that yet. In fact, even Evan couldn’t predict the price tag. But, this factor will be of extreme importance especially with Apple as a direct competitor in the market.
In a nutshell, Google would be hoping that all goes well in the end so that the desired results are achieved. Their notion of launching pixel smartwatch gets a healthy market share, the company would expect.
Given an option, would you opt for Google’s smartwatch?