Google has confirmed that the Pixel Watch will be released this fall, which means it will most likely be around the end of October at the earliest. After a few months of leaks, the latest one, from about a week ago, said that the Pixel Watch would be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9110 processor. Continue reading “Google Pixel Watch could feature a co-processor, 32GB storage”
The long-awaited Google Pixel Watch has finally been announced at this year’s Google I/O, though specifics were limited. However, a report published by 9to5Google claims it might feature the Exynos 9110 chip, which launched four years ago. Continue reading “Pixel Watch will reportedly use an old Exynos processor”
At the Google I/O, Google teased the Pixel Watch, the company’s first smartwatch, as expected. It has a circular curved screen with a domed design. It has a tactile crown along with two buttons, as rumoured. The smartwatch has a stainless steel case and will support customizable bands. Continue reading “Google Pixel Watch with fitibit integration, LTE support teased ahead of launch”
Google’s upcoming Pixel Watch, codenamed Rohan, is said to be in the works and launch sometime in 2022. The renders of the upcoming Pixel Watch showcasing a round dial also appeared on the web earlier this month. Now, a new report by 9to5Google reveals that the upcoming Pixel Watch might be powered by Samsung’s Exynos processor and offer a next-generation Google Assistant.
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Rumours about the Google’s first in-house smartwatch surfaced back in 2018, later in 2019 details about new job listing for its own wearable devices appeared, but we haven’t heard much about it. Now, the company’s first smartwatch codenamed “Rohan” from Google’s Pixel hardware group is said to be in the works, according to a new report from Insider. Continue reading “Google smartwatch said to finally launch in 2022, compete with Apple Watch”