Google Pixel 5a was officially confirmed last night amid rumours of the launch getting cancelled. The rumour mill churned out information on another Google product likely to launch in October 2021. Tipster Jon Prosser has leaked the alleged Google Pixel Watch render images. The leaked images reveal the design and confirm that the smartwatch will boot on Google’s own WearOS. Prosser claims that the smartwatch will have a bezel-less design language with the screen meeting the case. Based on the leaked renders, Google’s upcoming smartwatch looks premium in its circular case design. Let’s take a look at the Google Pixel Watch render images, specifications, and everything we know so far.
Google Pixel Watch render images surface online after company announces Pixel 5a
Google is working on its first smartwatch. The Google Pixel Watch is likely to launch in October 2021. Ahead of the launch, the render images of the upcoming smartwatch have been leaked by tipster Jon Prosser.
Prosser claims that the Pixel Watch has been internally codenamed Rohan. It will come with a bezel-less display. The round screen will meet the watch’s case for that premium look. It will also have a button on the right edge, which is likely to be a power/ function key. The watch will come in Black and Silver case designs with nearly 20 different straps to choose from.
Prosser further claims that the smartwatch will come with Google’s WearOS smartwatch operating system. The tipster did not reveal much details about the specifications or features of the device. However, the images do reveal that the watch UI will have a minimal design for the heart rate monitoring system.
Being a Pixel Watch, the smartwatch is also likely to integrate with other Google apps and services like navigation, search, etc. In case you are wondering, the Pixel smartwatch will come with Google Assistant support.
Prosser does not have the exact date but claims that Google will unveil the smartwatch sometime in October 2021.
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