Though Google has refrained from commenting on any of the several rumors floating about the watch it is supposedly developing, the tech industry is quite sure about the company launching the device soon.
There is a strong possibility of the rumored Pixel Watch being unveiled at Google I/O 2022 on May 11. The Pixel 6a is slated to be launched on the same date. Google Pixel Watch’s design has already been leaked in the past. The device is being developed under the codename ‘Rohan’ and it will feature the latest version of the Wear OS.
According to a recently published report by 91mobiles, the Pixel Watch’s frontal design has been leaked and it is quite similar to the render designs that had got leaked a while back. There is a lot of buzz around this device as it will be the first ever premium smartwatch launched by Google.
The report states that the Google Pixel Watch, that has been given the codename ‘Rohan’, will be pitched as a premium quality smartwatch. The device will be powered by the WearOS’ latest version. In the past, Google had partnered with Samsung for the Wear OS 3.0.
The following image confirms the fact that the Pixel Watch will feature a round-shaped display. The display screen would have a digital crown on the right side. One of the standout elements in this leaked image is that of the heart rate icon. On the display screen, you can also see a Fitbit integration icon and steps count.
Among other things, this image substantiates the information of the Pixel Watch featuring a heart rate tracker. The images, that had surfaced in the past, confirmed that the upcoming device will support integration of maps, calling feature and a display that will have no bezels surrounding it.