Only a few days left where the company will showcase the Pixel 7 series, as well as its first in-house flagship smartwatch (external fitbit, anyway). Leaks and rumors have provided some clues features and characteristics. The latest leak may be the biggest yet. An Amazon listing for the Pixel Watch appears — The Pixel Watch will go on sale right after Google’s October 6 event.
The pictures and details were shared by the leaker above forum (as mentioned by ) indicates that there will be at least four band designs in a range of colors. They include a silicone design in black, grey, eggshell white, green and silver (pictures are not very high quality), as well as a braided design in orange, green and black. It looks like there are two skin designs as well.
Additionally, the images offer a glimpse at some of the Pixel Watch faces. These include an analog watch face that includes the user’s heartbeat, one with an artistic landscape design, and another that tells the time in words. Other images show the Pixel Watch’s Fitbit integration, step counter, electrocardiogram (ECG) readings, emergency call function, and .
In addition, a since-deleted Amazon listing offered users six months of free Fitbit Premium access. Fitbit usually offers the same benefits to buyers of its smartwatches, but it’s not yet clear whether Google will do the same with the Pixel Watch in all regions. The listing also states that the Pixel Watch will connect to the Google Home app and will have 5ATM water resistance and a Corning Gorilla Glass display. The device is also said to have an Exynos 9110 processor and all-day battery life.
Screenshots of the listing show that the WiFi version of the Pixel Watch costs €356.79 (about $349) in Germany. Previous reports suggested that the WiFi model would start at $350 in the US, while the cellular version could start at $400. Anyway, we’ll get more official information about the smartwatch this Thursday. We’ll have full coverage of the Pixel event, including everything you need to know about the Pixel Watch and the Pixel Watch. row.
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