Google Pixel Watch showcased from all angles


After unveiling the latest affordable Chromecast with Google TV (HD) and teased Pixel 7 series handsets in a promotional teaser video just yesterday, Google has shifted its focus on teasing its first ever smartwatch. A few hours ago, an official teaser video of the Google Pixel Watch popped up on the internet through Google’s official Twitter and YouTube handles. Google gave us a better look at the watch from all angles and in all of its color options, highlighting its virtual beauty in a glorious video teaser. Google has described the Pixel Watch as “Distinctive yet understated.” This is just a 51 seconds of video clip to show how it might wear on the wrist.

As rumored earlier, the latest teaser video is also showing that the the Pixel Watch has circular dial with curved edges. Google hasn’t revealed how big the circular bezel is going to be. The watch has been showed in black face only. As per the video, the Google Pixel Watch is showing off a minimalistic design, which looks unique and pretty awesome. It has physical button above the crown with a small cutout at bottom side. It has a proprietary attachment system from Google.


It doesn’t have a rotating bezel. Google hasn’t detailed any specs of its smartwatch in the teaser video. Based on the previous reports, this device runs on WearOS with Google Assistant, and it has built-in GPS, ability to send messages, capability for controlling the Nest Home devices, NFC support. Integrated with Fitbit, the Pixel Watch ships with fitness functionality, heart rate sensor, sleep monitor and active zone minutes. It is rumored to have a 300mAh battery, which helps the device to last up to a full day on a single charge.

As per the video, the Pixel Watch will be available to purchase in black, grey, and mint green color variants. Wi-Fi+Bluetooth model is expected to be priced at $350 in the US and EUR 300 in the Europe territories, while the LTE model retails at $400. The Pixel Watch will be unveiled along with Pixel 7 series at an event on October 6.



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