Google Pixel Watch battery and more details may have leaked ahead of rumored launch

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Google’s alleged Pixel Watch has been the subject of several rumors lately. We recently took a look at its possible design in real-life images and now more details about its battery and connectivity have surfaced online. See what to expect here.

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a report by 9to5google suggests that Pixel Watch will have a 300mAh battery, which can last between 24 and 48 hours. The smartwatch is compared to some well-known names like Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Fossil Gen 6 and Skagen Falster Gen 6.

While the estimated battery life on a single charge sounds good enough, we still don’t know if that will happen. We have no idea about how well WearOS will be optimized to provide longer battery life. Also, details about whether it will support fast charging or wireless charging are also under wraps.

In addition, it is suggested that Pixel Watch will support cellular connectivity, There is a possibility that the smartwatch could have one of the models with cellular connectivity. According to a recent Bluetooth SIG listing, the Pixel Watch was spotted with three models GWT9R, GBZ4S and GQF4C. It remains to be seen what the final product will be.

To recall, we recently took a look at the Pixel Watch design via leaked real-life images. This Showcase A Round dial with bezel-less display, a Digital Crown, and possible Google-branded straps to go with the watch. It is said to measure 40 mm with a thickness of 14 mm and weigh 36 grams.

For other details, Google’s first smartwatch is expected to be Come with WearOS 3, Fitbit integration, a new Google Assistant with new features, the inclusion of an Exynos chip instead of Qualcomm, and the usual smartwatch features. It is most likely to be unveiled at the upcoming Google I/O 2022 event, which is scheduled to take place on May 11 and May 12. So, it is best to wait till then for more official details. We’ll make sure to keep you posted on all updates. so stay tuned.

Featured Image Courtesy: John Prosser

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