Images from the search engine giant’s poster for Pixel Watch were revealed in a new YouTube video from the Front Page Tech channel.
In addition to the published renders of the Google Pixel Watch, the images of this wearable’s marketing materials, have now appeared online before its official release. New information also revealed some intriguing details about the company’s smartwatch.
The search engine giant’s poster images for the Pixel Watch were revealed in a new YouTube video for the channel Front Page Tech. These are reportedly official marketing footage that will be released online soon, according to the video, Jon Prosser claims he captured them from a leaked video, which he later uploaded to YouTube.
As you can see from the screenshots, we believe the design is consistent with the previously released renders. A small bezel and a slight curvature are visible on the smartwatch, which also appears to have a physical button on the side.
Also, one of the images shows the Pixel Watch to be used with Google Maps, which is a first for the company. Max Weinbach, on the other hand, has reported separately that this smartwatch will be equipped with a custom SoC (System on Chip) that will be manufactured by the South Korean company Samsung.
We had also previously reported that a wearable device that contained a custom chipset had been manufactured using the 5nm process. According to the latest information, the chip in question will actually be manufactured by Samsung.
So the new chipset for the next smartwatch could even be a customized version of the Exynos W920, which currently powers smartphones Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic. Unfortunately, this information is not yet official, so please take this into account. More information about the Pixel Watch, due out sometime next year, will be provided as they become available. But we believe that more information will come out in the coming days, so stay tuned.