In the teaser video, Google has showcased the design details on its upcoming smartwatch. The video clip, shared on the ‘Made By Google’ official YouTube channel, shows a circular dial with a display that curves around the edges. The video also shows a circular crown-like button on the right side of the dial, which we believe will have a similar functionality like the digital crown on the Apple Watch.
The teaser from Google also shows a different kind of strap attachment, which could be a proprietary clip system from the brand. It also shows the details on the standard silicone straps that the Google Pixel Watch may be launched with. The video from Google only shows the design details of the dial, the crown, and the strap of the Pixel Watch and does not show the back panel, so we can’t guess what sensors the company may put on the upcoming smartwatch.
Google Pixel Watch price, specifications
Earlier, rumors have suggested that the Pixel Watch may come in two variants – one Bluetooth/Wi-Fi variant, and another with LTE connectivity. The Pixel Watch is expected to start at a price of around $300-$350 (roughly Rs 24,300 – Rs 28,300). The Pixel Watch was first announced back in May during Google’s I/O developer conference.
Google will launch the Pixel Watch alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro during its ‘Made by Google’ event on October 6. The company recently announced that it will bring the Pixel 7 series to India for the first time after the Pixel 3 series that was launched back in 2018.
The Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will go on pre-orders on October 6 itself, at least in the US. Both the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro will come with Google’s second-generation Tensor chip called Tensor G2, Google confirmed on its Magazine page for the Pixel 7 series.
Recently, the Google Pixel 7 Pro was spotted in a Geekbench listing that hinted at the smartphone’s RAM capacity. The Google Pixel 7 Pro may come with 12GB of RAM, the benchmark listing hinted earlier this week. Further, the Pixel 7 Pro will come with a motherboard codenamed “Cheetah,” and will have a Mali-G710 GPU, the Geekbench listing further hinted.