A new report claims that Google will release the Pixel Watch with Wear OS 3.1 software on May 26, 2012. For a while, the smart watchable device was a topic of uncertainty and speculation.
In a tweet, Evan Blass from Tipster said that the launch of the smartwatch “won’t take long”. He also posted a screen shot of the device codenamed Pixel Rohan. Rohan is a codename that has been closely associated with the original Google smartwatch.
It is not essential that the new device bears the Rohan name when it launches. For the Pixel Watch, Google may use a catchier marketing name.
Google Pixel Watch will soon get a skin interface, which is a set of sensors capable of recognizing gestures outside its body. In 2020, Google submitted a patent to the World Intellectual Property Organisation. “Skin interface to wearables: Sensor Fusion to Improve Signal Quality” was the title of the patent.
Basic fitness monitoring features will be available on the watch, such as step counting and heart rate monitoring. Google will also launch Fitbit integration with Wear OS on the Watch, according to reports.
The smartwatch could have a thin form factor with a curved display and metal frames, as shown in earlier renders. The report showed a large crown button on the dial’s right, however it did not indicate what purpose the switch was.
The renders also revealed some features such as Maps integration and heart rate monitoring. It included features such as SPO2 (oxygenation), sleep analysis, sleep analysis and heartbeat alert.
Google is also working on the next-generation Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro flagship smartphones. According to reports, Google could launch its next flagship smartphone with the new Exynos modem and Google Tensor chipset. These renders indicate that the new Pixel 7 series, which will include some improvements over its predecessor, Pixel 6 Pro, will be revealed.
A new report claims that Google will release the Pixel Watch with Wear OS 3.1 software on May 26, 2012. For a while, the smart watchable device was a topic of uncertainty and speculation. In a tweet on Twitter, Evan Blass stated that the launch of the smartwatch was “implicated.”