Pixel Watch: Google’s 1st connected watch unveils its design in video
While the presentation of the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro is expected for October 6, 2022, Google has decided to get ahead of its schedule by unveiling the first official video of the Pixel Watch. The opportunity for users to discover the design of the manufacturer’s first connected watch.
This is one of the largest Arles of Google. And for good reason, the press has been talking about the Pixel Watch for years now. The first information about Google’s first connected watch dates back to 2018!
Finally, we had to wait for Google I/O 2022 to finally discover the Pixel Watch, Google’s “premium” watch under Wear OS 3. However, the Mountain View company has not yet properly presented its new device. In fact, you will have to wait until October 6, 2022date on which the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro as well as the Pixel Watch will be presented.
However, Google has decided to get ahead of schedule since the company has just stream the first official Pixel Watch trailer on YouTube. The perfect opportunity for users to discover the final design of Google’s connected watch and see it on the wrist of a woman and a man to see its size and look.
Google lifts the veil on the design of the Pixel Watch in video
From what we see, the ride looks rather thick. Despite this, it remains rather discreet and compact thanks to the circular format adopted and its curved back which houses the armada of sensors necessary for monitoring health and sleep. The video also reveals the different colors available like the black case, rose gold, without forgetting the yellow, beige, gray and black straps.
The main information to remember remains however a mention on the back of the watch. Indeed, we can see furtively the following inscription: Gorilla Glass. In other words, we know that the back will be protected from scratches. But what about the front facade? The question remains open for the moment.
As a reminder, the Pixel Watch will integrate all native Google applications by default like Google Maps and Google Assistant. You will also find some apps recently ported to Wear OS such as Google Wallet and Google Home.