Last update: Sep 28, 2022, 10:23 am IST

A screenshot of the Pixel Watch teaser that Google shared last week.

The Pixel Watch will be unveiled on October 6 during Google’s Made by Google event, where the company will launch the Pixel 7 series.

Google’s first smartwatch, the Google Pixel Watch, will be unveiled on October 6 alongside the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro at the company’s ‘Made by Google’ event. The Google Pixel Watch will launch after months of speculation surrounding Google’s smartwatch.

We recently saw the first teaser about Google Pixel watch which shows the design details of the Pixel Watch. The video shows off a design similar to what we’ve seen in leaked renders in the past. The Pixel Watch has a round face with a curved screen. There’s a digital crown, and the Pixel Watch appears to have its own strap attachment mechanism. While we pretty much know exactly what the Pixel Watch will look like, there’s not much information about the internals Google smart watch. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about the upcoming Google Pixel Watch.

According to reports, Google may release three variants of the Google Pixel Watch, which will include one model with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi and two others with LTE support. The Google Pixel Watch is expected to be powered by a Samsung Exynos 9110 chipset with 1.5GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage. Google has also revealed that the Pixel Watch will come with a lot of health and fitness related features, but we don’t yet know what physical sensors the Google Pixel Watch will come with.

The Google Pixel Watch battery specifications are still unknown, but reports suggest that the Google Pixel Watch may come with a one-day battery backup. There is said to be a USB Type-C charging cable that will attach to the watch using a magnetic washer.

On the software front, the Google Pixel Watch is said to come with improved software. The smartwatch is said to support Google Assistant, with which you can directly give commands to the watch. In addition, the LTE version of the Pixel Watch will also support Google Maps, which the company also revealed during Google I/O in May, where the Pixel Watch was first shown off. The Pixel Watch will run on Google’s version of Wear OS, but will come with a few new features that we don’t know much about.

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