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Google Pixel Watch Battery and Other Specifications Leaked Ahead of May Launch



Google Pixel Watch Battery and Other Specifications Leaked Ahead of May Launch

Many people have been talking about Google’s rumored Pixel Watch, which is supposed to be called the Pixel Watch. A few weeks ago, we saw what it might look like in real-life images, and now more information about its battery and connectivity has been shared online. What can you expect?

More Pixel Watch Details Appear

Some people say that the Pixel Watch will have a 300mAh battery that could last up to 48 hours. This is based on a report that came from 9to5Google. Smartwatches like the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and the Fossil Gen 6 are compared to the Skagen Falster Gen 6 and the Skagen Falster Gen 6.

We don’t know if the battery life on a single charge will be good enough. We don’t know how well WearOS will be optimized to make phones last longer on a charge. Plus, we don’t know whether or not it will be able to charge quickly or wirelessly.

In addition, it is thought that the Pixel Watch will be able to connect to cellular networks. There is a chance that the smartwatch will have one of the models that can connect to the internet over the cell phone. GWT9R, GBZ4S, and GQF4C were all found in a recent Bluetooth SIG list. In the end, we don’t know what the final product will look like.

Remember, we saw the Pixel Watch’s design in real-life images that were leaked before. There is no bezel on these watches. They have a round dial with no bezel and a digital crown, and they could have Google-branded straps. It is said to be 40mm wide, 14mm thick, and weighs 36 grams.

Another thing you should know about Google’s first smartwatch because it should have WearOS 3, Fitbit integration, a new version of the Google Assistant with new features, an Exynos chip instead of a Qualcomm chip, and the usual smartwatch features. It is most likely to be shown off at the Google I/O 2022 event, held on May 11 and 12. There will be more official information then, so it is best to wait until then for more details. We will keep you up to date on all the new things. For now, stay tuned.