Google is just four days away from officially revealing the Pixel Watch in its full glory. After learning a few hours ago that Google could offer the free Pixel Watch with Pixel 7 Pro pre-order in the UK, a massive leak now reveals a full gallery of official-looking images showing off various bands, watch faces, and give us a better idea of Fitbit’s deep integration with the watch. It has been briefly appeared on amazon.de website and some folks over SmartDroid have reported they were also able to actually put in a pre-booking for the Pixel Watch that was scheduled for delivery on October 13 at a price of approximately €357.
First up, well-known tipster Steve H.McFly (via Slashleaks) has shared color options for various types of the Pixel Watch bands. There’s already plenty known about the soon-to-be-released Pixel Watch, but a premature Amazon listing has confirmed there will be four different silicone band designs: grey, black, light green, and off-white. You can also pick the woven fabric style bands in black hue, green and orange colors, while the leather band style includes black and green, and one in black, grey, and orange color options. Watch faces are also included in the leak, revealing a variety of different formats to displaying the time – both in analog and digital.
Other than the bands styles and colors availability, Amazon page showed the Fast Pair settings for the watch, an emergency call interface, sleep monitoring support, new Google Home app, and Fitbit’s ECG support feature. The wearable has scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass, water resistance up to 50 meters, and it can quickly pair up with any model of the Pixel Buds.
If you end up in any panic situations, the emergency mode on Pixel Watch alerts the selected contacts. Amazon listing also confirmed that the Pixel Watch will be offered with six months of Fitbit Premium subscription for free.
According to previous leaks, the Pixel watch will start at $349, which would make it more affordable than the recently launched Apple Watch Series 8, but more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5. It will be offered with a circular OLED screen with curve over the edges, a rotating crown, powered by a Samsung Exynos 9110 SoC with a Cortex-M33 co-processor, 1.5GB or 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 300mAh battery, boots with wear OS and it’s made of recycled stainless steel.