Here is a great news for Google pixel lovers. Later this year, along with smartphones the search engine giant Google is also going to debut its own branded smartwatch under Pixel brand. Sounds great, isn’t it?
Well, the famous gadget leak-star Evan Blass has popped out this news in his twit where he wrote that “Besides the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, and second-gen Pixel Buds, a reliable source tells me — with high confidence — that Google’s fall hardware event will also introduce a Pixel-branded watch. Have a great summer!”
This would be a noteworthy change for Google. Previously, the company hosts depended on third-party companies like LG and Fossil Group, and legacy watchmakers like Movado, to consolidate its smartwatch software Google recently renamed it Wear OS — into their watch outlines.
Furthermore, German tech site WinFuture.de reported in May that there are three Pixel watches in the works codenamed respectively as Ling, Triton, and Sardine. Oh anyway, these three names do not define entirely three different watches but according to the CNET pointed out that these could be three different size’s watch probably like cellular and non-cellular versions of the watch along with a general one.
On the other hand, Qualcomm also has given a hint to release a new chip for Wear OS watches. Last month, Qualcomm’s senior director of wearables Pankaj Kedia had in an interview with Wearable where he said that Qualcomm would announce a new processor at this fall which would debut alongside a “lead smartwatch” and it could be a Pixel Watch.
By the way, the Pixel watches will have built-in GPS and LTE support, and may also have heart-rate trackers and the ability to track the stress levels as well. Google didn’t say anything in reaction when contacted but we are looking forward to the fact to let you know more about up-coming Google smartwatches.