Google Pixel Watch 2: A Sneak Peek into Google’s Upcoming Smartwatch

Google’s highly anticipated smartwatch, Google Pixel Watch 2, internally coded as ‘eos,’ has made an appearance on Google Play Console, providing tech enthusiasts with a glimpse of its design and key specifications.

Google Pixel Watch 2 – Familiar Circular Design

The render of the Pixel Watch 2 reveals a circular dial, reminiscent of its predecessor, the first-generation Pixel Watch. Maintaining a familiar design, a physical button is positioned on the right side of the watch, akin to the earlier model.

Power and Performance

Under the hood, the Pixel Watch 2 is set to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1 (SW5100) chipset, paired with 2GB of RAM. There have been hints of a potential Custom Coprocessor and Ultra-wideband (UWB) Support. The smartwatch has already received FCC certification for both LTE and Wi-Fi variants.

Impressive Display and Software

The smartwatch is equipped with a display boasting a resolution of 383×384 pixels, as confirmed by the Google Play Console listing. It will run on Android 13 out of the box, with Wear OS 4.0 layered on top. Notably, users can expect four new watch faces: Accessible, Arc, Analog Bold, and Bold Digital, offering diverse choices for personalization.

Google Pixel Watch 2 renders smartwatch
Pixel Watch 2 Render

Battery and Launch Expectations

Anticipated to feature a 306mAh battery, the Pixel Watch 2 holds promise for lasting usability. With previous BIS certification, the smartwatch is likely to launch in India soon. Given Google’s history, where the Pixel 7 series was unveiled in October of the previous year, it’s reasonable to anticipate that the Pixel 8 series and the Pixel Watch 2 might follow a similar timeline this year.

As the tech world eagerly awaits Google’s next smartwatch, the Pixel Watch 2 appears poised to deliver a blend of familiarity and innovation, catering to users’ evolving needs.


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