- A known tipster may have come upon information about the price of the Pixel Watch.
- The leak also talks about a Google-Samsung partnership and the limited availability of the wearable.
The Google Pixel Watch is coming in hot. Expected to launch at Google I/O 2022, the wearable has leaked multiple times already. We’ve also seen a prototype of the device that someone chanced upon by accident. Now, it looks like a leaker has outed a few previously unknown details about the upcoming wearable.
Citing a “relatively new source,” frequent tipster Yogesh Brar has revealed that the Pixel Watch might be priced in the range of $300 – $400. That’ll put it in direct competition with the Apple Watch Series 7 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This pricing information also lines up with a previous report which claimed that the Pixel Watch could cost more than a Fitbit.
Brar also noted in his tweet that the smartwatch could see a limited release, suggesting that it may only launch in a few markets, just like the Pixel phones.
Elsewhere, Brar’s source confirmed another old rumor and said that Google and Samsung have partnered up for the Pixel Watch. It’s believed that the device might forego the Qualcomm Snapdragon 4100 series chip in favor of a Samsung Exynos chipset.
Got some info on Pixel Watch from a relatively new source
1) Google Samsung partnership here as well.
2) Same sensors as Galaxy Watch (ECG & more)
3) new WearOS 3.1 build
4) 2 sizes, atleast 4 color watch bands.
5) Limited release, priced between $300-400
There’s also new information about some features of the device. According to the leak, the Pixel Watch will carry all the same sensors as the Galaxy Watch, including an ECG sensor. It might come in two sizes, with at least four band colors.
Are you looking forward to buying the Google Pixel Watch?
With the above information at hand, are you looking forward to buying the Google Pixel Watch? Before you answer, know that we can’t 100% back any part of the leak. Brar is a reliable tipster, but since he mentions that his source is new, you might want to treat the details here with a pinch of salt.