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Google Pixel Watch 2 is coming this fall along with the Pixel 8 series

Looks like we’re on a date Google smart watch Pixel Watch 2. The company intends to unveil the Pixel Watch 2 this fall along with the Pixel 8 series of phones.

And the first generation of the Google smart watch is currently running the Samsung Exynos 9110 system, which appeared almost 5 years ago.

This is what makes the Apple smart watch and other competing watches outperform the Google watch in terms of efficiency, performance, and even battery power consumption.

The Google Pixel Watch 2 is expected to come with healthy sensors from Fitbit devices like the Sense 2. Also, there may be another 41mm model meant for users who like big watches.

Unlike Fitbit watches from Google, which tends to launch a model every two years. Google plans to launch an annual update similar to both Apple and Samsung, who launch annual versions of their smart watches.

Although there are not many details about the Pixel Watch 2. However, some speculation indicates a similar design with a larger screen and smaller bezels.

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As for the processor, we may see the Snapdragon W5 +, which works with a 4 nm manufacturing accuracy. Thus, the smart watch will work quickly and perform powerfully for long periods.

It is noteworthy that Google’s annual conference for developers will be held on the 10th of this month. But the company will announce its foldable phone, Pixel Fold, along with the Pixel 7a.

Finally, we can expect the official announcement of the Google Pixel Watch 2 along with the Pixel 8 and Pixel 8 Pro phones later this year 2023. The date is supposed to be in October, as Google did in most of the Pixel series.

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