Google I/O Global Developers Conference, Google officially announced the Google Pixel Watch, a smartwatch that benchmarked against Apple’s Apple Watch, but it was not officially released.
Recently, this watch has passed the FCC certification, there are three models: GQF4C, GBZ4S, and GWT9R. The regulatory listing shows that the GQF4C offers Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, while the GBZ4S and GWT9R support LTE.
GBZ4S supports three LTE frequency bands: LTE Band 5, 7, and 26. GWT9R supports ten frequency bands: LTE Band 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 66, 71.
In addition, the FCC listing shows that the Google Pixel Watch will be equipped with a USB-C charging cable instead of the previous magnetic disc charger, which means that users only need to connect the phone charger to the watch to charge.
Finally, the regulatory listing shows that the Pixel Watch will be made by Compal Computer in Taiwan, the same manufacturer that makes the Apple Watch.
It was reported that the Pixel Watch will use the Exynos 9110 dual-core processor and Cortex-M33 coprocessor. The watch comes with 1.5GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, supports a full suite of Google features, including Google Assistant and Google Pay, and runs Wear OS for smoother navigation and smart notifications.