This is how Google's first smartwatch may look like

This is how Google’s first smartwatch may look like

Although not officially confirmed by the company, Google Pixel Watch has been in the news in the last few weeks. Till now we have seen numerous leaks and rumours suggesting how the first Google smartwatch with Pixel moniker may shape up. In a recent report, AndroidCentral has shared real images of the alleged Google Pixel Watch. The publication claims that the smartwatch was found in a US restaurant by one of their sources. As per the source, the device could be a testing mode for the internal Pixel team.When it comes to the images, the Google Pixel Watch looks similar to the leaked rendered images. The images reveal that the smartwatch will follow a minimalistic design language with almost no bezels. The images also reveal that the Pixel Watch will have a couple of buttons near the crown that look similar to the one seen on Apple Watch models.

(Image credits: Android Central)The band with the smartwatch looks like a proprietary Google band and looks quite similar to the Apple Watch sports band. As per the report, the smartwatch was not bundled with a charger. The report further revealed that when the source tried to power up the smartwatch, nothing happened past the boot logo. This may be due to the absence of any operating system.(Image credits: Android Central)

Till now, the rumoured Google smartwatch was known by its internal codename ‘Rohan’. According to the latest tweet by tipster Evan Blass, the launch of Pixel Rohan is imminent. Although the tipster has not revealed any specific timeline for the launch, another tipster Jon Prosser last month claimed that the company may launch the device at Google I/O 2022. The annual conference is scheduled to be held on May 11-12.(Image credits: Android Central)

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If previous reports are to be believed, the upcoming Google Pixel Watch will come with a next gen Google Assistant and be powered with a Samsung Exynos chipset. The next-gen Assistant is said to be designed to process your speech directly on your device rather than via Google’s servers. Apart from this, the smartwatch is also said to get key health and fitness tracking features such as step counter, calories counter, heart rate monitor, SpO2 measurement and others.
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