Google’s Pixel Watch smartwatch, which will officially launch on October 6 alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, was prewarmed up by Google back in May, and some details about the Watch leaked out at the same time.
The price of the Pixel Watch has already been revealed in the US, with an LTE-enabled version costing $399. Today more prices have been revealed for the watch, this time for the standard EU version without LTE support (Wi-Fi + Bluetooth only), which will retail for between €250 and €350. That’s still a wide range, so it’s not very precise, but assuming the true price is near the lower end of the range, it would be in line with many competitors. For comparison, Samsung’s 40mm Galaxy Watch5 starts at 300 euros (2,103 yuan).
In addition to the price, the official names of the three colour schemes that Pixel Watch will offer have also been revealed: chalk, charcoal and obsidian. The names sound “very Google,” and it’s worth noting that the upcoming Pixel 7 devices will also be available in obsidian.
In terms of specs, according to previous leaks, Google Pixel Watch has a circular OLED screen and is powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9110 SoC, a 2018 processor with a Cortex-M33 coprocessor that has either 1.5GB or 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, 300mah battery, and Wear OS pre-installed.