A prototype intended for the eyes of the “internal Pixel team” was accidentally left behind in a restaurant in the United States. The source who found the device sent their photos to
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Android CentralAccording to Google’s recent report, this may be the first glimpse of Google’s first-ever smartwatch, dubbed “Rohan”. The
9to5Google discovered that “code hidden in a Google update indicates that the Pixel Watch will use an Exynos chipset, rather than the Snapdragon model found in most Wear OS 3-eligible watches.”
If the images are real, the rumors of a minimalist design, bezel-less display, and black color may be true. The design suggests it will come with a rotating crown and at least one button. The source shared that the caseback of the watch appears metallic, but may be covered in glass.
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Android Central The report also says the watch band is similar to Apple Watch’s sports bands, but swapping bands can be tricky.
There are no updates on how the device will be charged as no chargers have been missed. However, experts assume that it can be charged on the back of the watch case like Versa 3 and Fitbit’s Apple Watch. Although there’s no way to know, Google may follow in Apple’s footsteps and introduce the Qi standard for the Watch for wireless charging capabilities.
The note on the box that was left read: “This device has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission and Industry Canada, nor has it been tested for compliance with EU regulations. It is for internal testing and development only. Markings and packaging are not final.”
Earlier, Apple had a similar lost and found incident with its prototype iPhone 4 – which was camouflaged to look like an iPhone 3GS.
Meanwhile, reports suggest the tech company will launch the all-new smartwatch at the highly anticipated Google I/O developer event next month. If that happens, the device can only be launched in North America, Canada and the EU at this time, said the
Android Central report.
While it previews the innovative software launches Google plans each year, the event has already seen launches like the Pixel 3a and Nest Hub Max. If the watch doesn’t get a showcase this time, it could release alongside the Pixel 7 when it launches in the fall.
Apparently, the tech giant has filed a trademark for the highly anticipated device.
According to reports from
9To5GoogleGoogle has been planning to release a Wear OS-powered smartwatch for a few years now, and it might finally be on the way.
Documents filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office show that Google wants to trademark the phrase “Pixel Watch”.
“Registration of the trademark ‘Pixel Watch’ is intended to cover the categories of smartwatches; cases adapted to contain smartwatches; portable computers in the form of smartwatches; smartwatch straps; smartwatch straps,” the report states. . However, there are no additional details about the device to be gleaned from the Pixel Watch brand list.
The report mentions that there are still some regulatory milestones between the Pixel Watch and its launch, as the smartwatch has not yet been spotted in the FCC or Bluetooth SIG listings.
The Pixel 6 series has arrived! But India won’t know which is Google’s best camera on a smartphone…
The wait is getting longer
High-end smartphone maker Google on Tuesday launched “the finest expression of Android” – Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro.
Built with recycled aluminum, the Pixel 6 (8GB RAM) starts at $599 and the 6 Pro (12GB RAM) is priced at $899.
Although the devices are available to order, Pixel fans in India may have to wait longer. The tech giant’s initial announcement didn’t mention launching in India, at least for now.
It will only be available in eight regions like the US, UK, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and Taiwan from October 28.
Here’s a look at the Pixel 6 series.