The Pixel Watch would have a big battery, beating the Galaxy Watch 4 hands down
The Pixel Watch has been talking about it insistently lately and its officialization seems more imminent than ever. Today, a new leak comes to tell us about what awaits us. This time, it is the battery of the connected watch that interests us. Google seems to have made a point of giving it good autonomy.
Google’s Pixel Watch keeps leaking everywhere before its official announcement. Today, it’s her drums that are talking about her. The Mountain View firm could indeed give great importance to autonomy for its product.
The 9to5Google site indeed indicates that according to its sources, the connected watch of the Californian company should embark a 300 mAh battery. Enough to last a whole day at full speed.
The Pixel Watch would exceed the Galaxy Watch 4 in terms of battery
For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 has a 247 mAh battery in its most efficient version, which allows it to last the whole day without worry. The Pixel Watch would therefore take the same path. Such a battery is consistent with the latest leaks, since the watch would 14mm thick and 36 grams on the scale, a little more than the Galaxy Watch 4 (9.8 mm and 26 grams). 9to5Google adds that in addition to this battery story, their source confirms to them that the Pixel would be equipped with the mobile network.
Google’s watch isn’t official yet, but there are few mysteries left about it. Recently, it was its design that leaked, showing us a circular dial with a very classic but efficient look in stainless steel. Even more, we know a lot about its technical characteristics. It would be available in two sizes, including one of 40 mm. Google would also have worked with Samsung to offer its watch the same sensors as the Galaxy Watch 4. Finally, last important data: it would run on Wear OS 3.1.
At the moment, we are still waiting for the announcement of the Pixel Watch. Google has prepared the ground and has already reserved a place on its store for this new product. Only remains the formalization which should arrive soon… at least we hope so.