We’ve been anticipating the Google Pixel Watch for a while now, so it’s exciting to finally meet this piece of modern tech.
Launched at Google’s I/O developer conference, we finally have an official visual and idea of the long-awaited Google Pixel Watch. It’s expected that the watch will be available in the fall. Still, this news is more than enough to keep us going for the remaining time.
Alongside the Google Pixel Watch, the brand also released headphones, a budget Pixel 6a phone, and the team hinted at a flagship Pixel 7 phone.
Want to know more? Keep reading to find out!
What Can We Expect From The Google Pixel Watch?
The watch is finally here! But, what do we know about the launch now?
As expected, the Google Pixel Watch will combine the Wear OS system with additional Fitbit health tracking. In 2019, we saw Google Acquire the Fitbit company, so merging these two softwares isn’t a big surprise. However, this will instantly place the new watch in a competitive position as Fitbit has some of the most reliable trackers in the wearable industry.
The watch will pair with Android devices, but not iPhones. It will also be 4G compatible, allowing for LTE versions.
Other features include:
- Sleep tracking
- Dedicated workouts
- Heart rate monitors
- Stream Music
- Google Maps
Many of the standard Wear OS features will be available on this luxury smartwatch, so examine watches that currently use this software to learn more.
What Will The Google Pixel Watch Cost?
Unfortunately, Google hasn’t yet released a price for the upcoming watch.
However, the company stated it is a “premium product,” hinting that the first generation may come with a hefty price tag.
We won’t know until the autumn, so keep your eyes peeled!
Google Pixel Watch Design
Let’s face it; we’ve all been waiting to see the first images of this watch!
It’s everything we’ve wanted with a circular watch face, a sleek design, and a minimal strap. This new watch will come with a range of silicone straps in neutral colors, but right now, all we can focus on is the beauty of the display.
The Google Pixel Watch features a display that wraps around the edges of the watch face, giving off a very modern look. Plus, the brand has opted for a traditional circular watch face, ideal for anyone who likes classic watch design.
It’s already clear that the Google Pixel Watch will be a popular wearable – especially since it mixes Fitbit’s expertise with Google’s design. Many fans have been waiting years for an official Google smartwatch, so it’s great to finally see visuals of this sleek accessory.
What do you think? Will you be trying this smartwatch? Let us know in the comments!
Isobel is a freelance copy and content writer who regularly contributes to Superwatches. Well-versed in all the ins and outs of the smartwatch industry. Isobel specializes in Fashion and design and is a First Class fashion design graduate.
Currently lives in Bournemouth, United Kingdom.