According to a report by Business Insider , the wearable has been internally codenamed as 'Rohan' and it will be launched next year. The Pixel Watch is said to sport a circular dial with no bezels and run on Google's Wear OS. Here's our roundup.
Context Why does this story matter?
Over the past years, Google has been developing its Wear OS for other smartwatches. In January this year, it completed its acquisition of Fitbit - a brand known for its fitness trackers. Now, the upcoming Pixel Watch will arrive as the tech giant's first own Google-branded smartwatch and will go head-to-head against some of the well-established brands like Apple and Samsung.
Design and display The smartwatch will have a 2.5D curved display
The Google Pixel Watch is likely to flaunt a sleek circular dial with a 2.5D curved display and a bezel-less design, giving it an all-screen look. As per earlier leaked renders, there will be a physical crown on the right side for navigating menus as well as controlling various functions. Google will introduce around 20 different straps for the wearable.
Internals It will run on Wear OS
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