Google Pixel Smartwatch, and Tablet Powered by Tensor SoC Previewed

Google Pixel Watch

After numerous leaks and rumours, Wednesday, Google Pixel Watch was announced at the I/O event 2022. At its developer keynote, the company showcased the Pixel Watch, which will be released to the market later this fall in line with Pixel 7 devices (also teased at Google I/O). Apart from several hardware announcements, Google also introduced the following operating system for mobiles, tablets, and smartwatches — Android 13 and WearOS.

Also Read: Google Pixel 7 Devices To Come With a New Tensor Chip This Fall

Pixel Watch Features An Attractive Design

Google Pixel Watch

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Google hasn’t fully revealed the specs of the new Pixel Watch but has suggested what to expect from the device later this wall, including its design and features. The smartwatch is the first wearable from Google built inside and out. It comes with a circular, domed design next to the tactile crown. The watch is built around a recycled stainless steel material that comes with customisable bands, which can easily be attached or detached.

Also Read: Google Pixel Buds Pro Debut With ANC and a Promised Spatial Audio Support

Fitbit integration

The other prominent features of the upcoming Google Pixel Watch include a new WearOS experience which is said to be powered by Fitbit. The first integration after Google purchased Fitbit. The integration could likely bring a host of health and fitness features to the Pixel Watch.

Google Pixel Tablet Powered Tensor SoC

Google Pixel Tablet

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At Google I/O 2022, the search giant has also confirmed that it’s working on a new Android tablet powered by Tensor SoC for the first time. It will be released in 2023. The preview of the tablet at the event implies a boxy-rectangular design with significant bezels and a front-facing camera. It is said to be a perfect companion for the Pixel smartphone.

Google Pixel Tablet

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Though the upcoming Pixel tablet utilises the Tensor chip’s process, the design indeed will be dated by the time it releases somewhere in 2023. It will feature a single camera on the rear, and the design appears to be including a matte finish. It will likely launch with the next version of Android and not Android 13.

Vishnu

Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.

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Vishnu

Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.