Another huge Pixel Watch leak reveals up to 24 hour battery life and much more

Another huge Pixel Watch leak reveals up to 24 hour battery life and much more
A Google News account on Telegram (via 9to5Google) posted what it claims are images promoting the Pixel Watch taken from a Taiwan-based carrier. One of the most important leaks shows that the timepiece, which will be introduced on October 6th by Google, will deliver up to 24 hours of battery power on a single charge. Another image shows what is coming in the box:

  • Google Pixel Watch.
  • Quick Start Guide.
  • Sports Band.
  • USB-C magnetic charging cable.

The charging cable resembles a tiny puck and will stick to the Pixel Watch with the use of a magnet. The watch screen is protected by Google Glass and features a rounded convex design. While Quick Pairing allows users to quickly pair the watch with their Pixel phone or Pixel Buds, using the "Find my Device" app will help you find your missing Pixel phone or smartwatch. And the watch will also help you control your smart home devices such as a smart thermostat or smart lamp.

Through Bluetooth or a subscription to a cellular carrier, the Pixel Watch can receive calls, send and receive messages, and email. You will also be able to listen to music streaming through your smartwatch. The watch will track your heart rate, make an emergency call, monitor your activity time, the number of calories you've burned, and the number of steps that you've taken.

The screen is expected to measure around 1.18-inches with water resistance protecting the device to a depth down to 50 meters (over 164 feet). Rumored pricing starts at $349 for the Wi-Fi-only model with the cellular variant expected to cost $399. The battery is rumored to weigh in at 300mAh and the device could be equipped with 32GB of storage along with anywhere between 1.5GB and 2GB of RAM.

Rumored color options are Black, Gray, and Gold with the Black model having a matte finish. You can view this Thursday's Made by Google livestream event through the website. The festivities start at 10 am Eastern Time on October 6th (7 am Pacific Time).

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