Possible Google Pixel Watch Appears on Bluetooth SIG Certification Website, Confirms Model Numbers

The Google Pixel Watch is said to launch in May 2022.

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Google‘s upcoming Pixel Watch codenamed Rohan has been doing rounds lately. Recently, live images of the Google Pixel Watch surfaced on the web as someone accidentally left it in a restaurant. Previously, noted leakster Jon Prosser had earlier suggested that the smartwatch could make its debut on May 26.

Now, we have spotted a few Google devices with model numbers GWT9R, GBZ4S, and GQF4C on Bluetooth special interest group certification. We believe that these could be the SKUs of the upcoming Google Pixel Watch. However, the appearance on the Bluetooth SIG website does hint that the launch of these devices is not far.

The Bluetooth SIG certification listing mentions the device name as the WearOS Bluetooth Host Subsystem leading us to believe that the model numbers correspond to the upcoming Google Pixel Watch.

Google Pixel Watch All You Need to Know!

The recently leaked live images suggest that the upcoming Google Pixel Watch will come with minimal bezels. Google might make use of premium materials such as Stainless steel for its upcoming Pixel Watch.

The upcoming Google Pixel Watch is said to come in two colour options – Black and Silver. It is said to support swappable watch bands and the company is said to offer around 20 watchbands for its first smartwatch.

The Pixel Watch is expected to offer heart rate monitoring as one of the leaked marketing images suggested so. The specifications and features of the upcoming Google Pixel Watch haven’t leaked yet, so there is just a little info available about Google’s first smartwatch.

The Google Pixel Watch could make its debut in the Google I/O 2022 which is happening next month. However, it isn’t clear if Google has plans to launch the upcoming Google Pixel Watch in the Indian market.

What are your expectations from the upcoming Google Pixel Watch? Do let us know down in the comments section.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.