New details surrounding the Google Pixel Watch launch have seemingly emerged, including the price.
Tipster Yogesh Brar took to Twitter with a list of new details from “a relatively new source” (apply salt accordingly).
Point 5 is the really interesting one here. He says the Google Pixel Watch will be priced between $300 and $400 when it rolls out, which would position it against both the Apple Watch 7 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
This line also mentions that the Pixel Watch will launch as a “limited release”, indicating that supplies may be limited.
Other points mention a Google Samsung partnership, which we’ve heard before in relation to WearOS software. But he also claims that the Pixel Watch will pack the same sensors as the aforementioned Galaxy Watch.
Going back to the software for a second, the source claims that the Pixel Watch will run on a new version of WearOS 3.1 – which again lines up with what we’ve heard previously. There will apparently be two sizes and at least four band colors available at launch.
Google is expected to finally announce its first-ever smartwatch at Google I/O on May 11. We already know what it will look like, thanks to numerous leaks, with a rounded pebble appearance that sets it apart from the opposition.
These leaks also confirmed that the Pixel Watch will feature a single physical watch face on one side. We are also planning to integrate Fitbit following Google’s acquisition of the popular fitness apparel brand.