Google’s first smartwatch is one of the most awaited devices in the high-tech world and now new images show what the search giant’s wearable could look like.
Codenamed Rohan, the smartwatch has a very elegant circular dial that gives some clues about the features it will offer.
Google Pixel Watch with Fitbit integration and heart rate monitoring
New Google Pixel Watch image released by 91Mobiles [email protected]
The web world has been talking about Google’s first smartwatch for a long time and, although we don’t know when it will reach users’ wrists, there are many rumors circulating about everything it can offer.
Now new renders of the wearable have been revealed that show what the design of the long-awaited smartwatch could look like. These images, released by the website 91Mobiles, confirm the design previously advanced by well-known leaker Jon Prosser.
Apparently, the Pixel Watch will arrive with a circular black dial, very discreet and elegant, with practically invisible bezels and a digital crown that will possibly house the controls.
The same images also show that the Pixel Watch will have health-oriented features, such as heart rate monitoring and training modes, as it also includes step tracking.
But most notable is the fact that it features integration for Fitbit. It is recalled that Fitbit is a subsidiary of Google and that the search engine giant may be using the long experience of this brand to equip its smartwatch with various features aimed at physical exercise.
Pixel Watch will be able to run WearOS 3.1
Google’s first smartwatch may arrive with an older operating system [email protected]
However, recently leaker Evan Blass, on the social network Twitter, also revealed which operating system the Pixel Watch will run. According to Blass, the smartwatch should eventually run WearOS 3.1.
This information ended up surprising everyone and everything, since Google has a newer version of the operating system, WearOS 3.2 to be more specific, which is already available for Samsung’s rival Galaxy Watch 4.
But as we don’t know when this year or even next year, Google will launch its first smartwatch, it is possible that the wearable will hit the market with a more recent operating system.
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