- A well-known guide may have gotten information about the Pixel Watch’s price.
- The leak also talks about a partnership between Google and Samsung and the limited availability of wearable devices.
google pixel clock Hot coming. It is expected to be launched in Google I/O 2022The wearable has been leaked several times already. We’ve seen too Prototype For a device that someone came across by chance. Now, it appears that a leaker has revealed some previously unknown details about the upcoming wearable.
Citing a “relatively new source,” Yogesh Brar has repeatedly revealed that the Pixel Watch may be priced in the $300-$400 range. This will put her in direct competition with Apple Watch Series 7 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This pricing information also corresponds to the file previous report which claimed the Pixel Watch might cost more than Fitbit.
Brar also indicated in his tweet that the smartwatch could see a limited edition, suggesting that it may only be launched in a few markets, just like Pixel phones.
Elsewhere, another source confirmed to Brar old rumor They said Google and Samsung have partnered for the Pixel Watch. It is believed that the device may ditch the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 chipset in favor of the Samsung Exynos chipset.
I got some info about the Pixel Watch from a relatively new source
1) The Google Samsung partnership is here too.
2) Same sensors as Galaxy Watch (ECG and more)
3) New WearOS 3.1 build
4) 2 sizes, 4 colors watch bands.
5) Limited edition, price range 300-400 dollars
There is also new information about some of the device’s features. According to the leak, the Pixel Watch will carry all the same sensors as the Galaxy Watch, including the ECG sensor. It may come in two sizes, with at least four colors for the strips.
Looking to buy a Google Pixel Watch?
With the above information available, are you looking to buy a Google Pixel Watch? Before you answer, know that we can’t recover any part of the leak 100%. Brar is a reliable guide, but since he mentions his source is new, you might want to treat the details here with a pinch of salt.