Google Pixel Watch is a long-announced device that never appears to users. Let us remind you, we received the first information in this smartwatch back in December last year, when the first unofficial data about this product from Google appeared.
Then, the photos showed a very elegant low-profile design with well-rounded edges that flow from the sides and towards the watch strap. At the time, it was speculated that this smartwatch would use Exynos processors, but there is still no confirmation as to whether this is true or not.
At the moment we have a new unofficial photo for Google Pixel Watch provided by leakster Evan Blass for 91Mobiles portal. This render shows the front of the Google Smart Watch showing the first sign of integration with the FitBit app.
Namely, one of the icons that can be seen in this photo has the logo of the FitBit application, which Google bought during 2021. In addition, information is available that the Google Pixel Watch could appear in public with the WearOS 3.1 user interface.
At this time, there is still no specific information on when the Google Pixel Watch could appear in front of an audience. However, according to the information available through insider John Prosser, Google could make us happy before the end of May and then present this new smartwatch.
But, all this is still speculation, because it was mentioned that this watch will appear in front of the audience together with the phones from the Pixel 6 series. But now the Pixel 6a is waiting for us, so maybe this is really the ideal moment for the audience to finally see this smartwatch, if users are still interested in it. As far as we are concerned, we are interested, but what is a lot sometimes is really a lot.
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