Google unveiled a new smartwatch at its I/O conference, the Pixel Watch, which has a sleek and polished look that many people love. Unfortunately, the specs of the Pixel Watch were not disclosed, and Google is expected to hold a launch event for the device in October.
But now we’re getting more details about the Pixel Watch, such as RAM, device coprocessor, and more, giving us a better understanding of the device.
Now, @Max Winebach has confirmed more details. The coprocessor, named Arm M33, consumes very little power (in microwatts). In addition, the watch will be powered by a Samsung Exynos 9110 processor with 1.5GB of RAM and 32GB of ROM storage for a smooth Wear OS experience.
Max Weinbach also “confirmed” that the coprocessor is a Google Cortex-M33 product developed in partnership with NXP.
In addition, the Pixel Watch will be available in three versions. One will only have Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, while the other two will support LTE data networks and will also support USB-C charging, manufactured by Compal (the supplier of Apple Watch).
As for the Google Pixel Watch, foreign media expect it will likely launch in the fourth quarter of 2022 alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, so we’ll bring you more details then.