The Pixel Watch dam bursts open with band styles, features, Fitbit promo, potential pricing leaked

 

More information regarding the Pixel Watch appears to have been disclosed than Google had originally intended, according to an Amazon product page in Germany. Although the listing was removed, the harm had already been done because hawks had gotten their hands on screenshots and even what appeared to be a successful pre-order.

The Pixel Watch is seen in images taken by Steve Hemmerstoffer’s OnLeaks and Slashleaks operations with a variety of bands, including soft-touch silicone/plastic bands, weave-style bands, and more conventional leather-like bands. Several images, including heart rate measurement, ECG, Fast Pair tethering to a phone, and an emergency call, show a variety of watch faces and various activities. Additional information regarding the watch is said to include Corning Gorilla Glass, water resistance up to 50 meters or 5 ATM, the capability to add specific contacts for emergency mode calls, and Quick Pair compatibility with Pixel Buds.

Another series of media from Esper Technical Editor Mishaal Rahman highlights the Emergency SOS mode while showcasing prominent Google integrations (many of which were this year’s I/O announcements) through popular apps like Home, Photos, and Personal Safety. According to Rahman, these images are accessible to the general public via the Play Store listings for each app, although they are not immediately visible when accessed.

According to the German publication SmartDroid (via 9to5Google), it was possible to pre-order the device for about €357 on Amazon.de, with delivery scheduled for October 13. The product listing’s marketing materials describe the terms for a complimentary six-month subscription to Fitbit Premium upon purchase in addition to reiterating the benefits previously stated. Additionally, LTE connectivity and smart home controls are believed to be supported by the watch.

And if that wasn’t smorgasbord enough for you, Google has a new ad for the Pixel 7 out now. However, it’s evident that Google made the 30-second advertisement more of an ensemble piece by including not-so-oblique shots of the Pixel Watch as well.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*