Google Pixel Watch Introduction
At the October 6th launch conference, in addition to the Pixel 7 Series’phones, Google also unveiled the first full-featured smartwatch: Google Pixel Watch. With this Watch, Google combines Fitbit’s health and fitness expertise with Google’s intelligence.
Google Pixel Watch features a bold, circular 3D domed glass blends seamlessly into the stainless steel body giving it a slim look on the wrist, but it does not feel great with bright display background.
The Pixel Watch comes pre-installed with Wear OS 3.5 and is Android 8 or a phone with a newer version. It provides the information you need with a swipe, touch, or voice. From adjusting the thermostat to turning off the lights, Google Pixel Watch offers various features with the Google Home app.
The Pixel Watch comes with Google Wallet, which supports seamless, contactless payments and turn-by-turn navigation powered by Google Maps, as well as notifications from Calendar and Gmail.
Google Pixel Watch also includes deep Fitbit integration and all-day activity tracking, continuous heart rate tracking, and sleep tracking, with an ECG app to detect signs of Atrial Fibrillation (AFib) and more.
Pixel Watch is equipped with a 294mAh battery that can be used for 24 hours on a single charge, and with fast charging support, the Pixel Watch can be charged to 50% in 30 minutes, and about 80 minutes to charge 100%.
Pixel Watch has a 320 PPI AMOLED display with DCI-P3 color and brightness boosted up to 1000 nits. At the core, it packs Exynos 9110 processor and Cortex M33 co-processor, 32GB eMMC flash memory, and 2GB SDRAM.
The Google Pixel Watch price starts at USD 350 for the Bluetooth/Wi-Fi version and USD 400 for the 4G LTE version. In terms of availability, Pixel Watch will available from October 13 in the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Japan, Australia, and Taiwan.