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Bad news for those waiting for the Google Pixel Watch! Big reveal in a new report

Google has presented its Google Pixel Watch at its annual I/O event. There has been a lot of discussion about this watch, which has been waiting for a long time, when it will be released. Google didn’t reveal much about the Pixel Watch, but has confirmed it. The company has also said that the watch will launch with the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro later this year. Now, days after Google confirmed the Pixel Watch, a new report has been shared about the internals of the Pixel Watch.

9to5 Google has claimed that the upcoming watch may come with very old and outdated hardware, if reports are to be believed, Samsung’s Exynos 9110 chipset may be used in the Google Pixel Watch.

This chipset arrived in 2018
This chipset is almost four years old as the Exynos 9110 chipset was introduced in 2018. Previously, it was speculated that the watch would come with Exynos W920. Although this has come to light in the leaked report at this time, and no such confirmation has been given by Google.

The announcement comes more than a year after Google closed the acquisition of Fitbit in January 2021, while the Fitbit team is working on the development of the Pixel Watch. Unlike the Pixel Watch, which will be Android-only, Fitbit’s products are also compatible with iPhones. Park said the company has no plans to stop support for iOS users on the Fitbit product.

Google Watch special design
The watch has a domed round design, runs Google’s Wear OS smartwatch software, and includes some Fitbit health tracking features. Google didn’t announce the price, but said it would be available as a premium product.

Popular Google apps like Maps, Wallet, and Google Assistant will be part of the Pixel Watch. The watch will have custom bands and touch crowns similar to those found on the Apple Watch. The company hasn’t announced pricing, availability, feature details, battery life, or other hardware like the processor, health sensor, or display type of the watch.

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