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Pixel Watch pricing and availability details surface in latest leak

28 April 2022 0

Google's Pixel Watch leaks have started to become more frequent than ever. It is like there is some new information to talk about every other day. The biggest leak of them all was real-life images of the smartwatch that gave us a good look at the possible design. It is now time for a new leak that offers details related to its features, prices, and availability.

Yogesh Brar, a well-known tipster, has tweeted that the Pixel Watch will likely cost somewhere between $300 and $400. This is the same price range as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, one of the smartwatches it will be competing against. However, it is said to get a limited release suggesting that it may be restricted to a few markets. This is not surprising as we have seen Google release the Pixel 6 series in only a few select markets around the world.

The Pixel Watch is further tipped to be available in two size options. The watch bands will be available in at least four colors which are good for customization lovers. Google and Samsung are said to be collaborating for the smartwatch which seems to corroborate rumors of an Exynos chipset instead of a Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear offering.

The smartwatch is said to have the same sensors like ECG as the Galaxy Watch. Lastly, it is claimed to boot a new Wear OS 3.1 software experience out of the box. These are undoubtedly interesting tidbits about the upcoming smartwatch but Brar says these have been shared by a relatively new source. It means it is best that you take these with a pinch of salt for the time being.



Pixel Watch pricing and availability details surface in latest leak
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