Google Pixel Watch May Feature Samsung’s 4-Year-Old Exynos 9110 SoC: Report

Google Pixel Watch was unveiled alongside the Pixel 6a at the I/O 2022 event this week as the company’s first smartwatch. Google has confirmed the wearable will be available in the US starting this fall, but ahead of the official launch, a new report suggests the Google Pixel Watch will pack a four-year-old processor. The Samsung Exynos 9110 SoC, which debuted in 2018 with the Galaxy Watch, is expected to power the wearable. The Google Pixel Watch will come in a circular domed design with interchangeable straps. It will also feature Fitbit integration for better fitness tracking support.

A report from 9to5google has suggested a key Google Pixel Watch spec. According to the report, the smartwatch will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 9110 SoC, a chip that debuted with the original Galaxy Watch in 2018. Google is most likely using the older chip as the Pixel Watch has been in development for a long time, the report notes. report. The Exynos 9110 SoC is a 10nm chip and features two Cortex-A53 cores.

Recently at I/O 2022, Google teased the Pixel Watch without confirming the launch date or pricing details. The device will run the latest Wear OS and features a circular display with minimal bezels and curved glass protection. It also has a stainless steel construction.

Google has packed customizable and interchangeable straps on the Pixel Watch. Moreover, the wearable is confirmed to run on an improved Wear OS user interface with smoother navigation and smart notifications.

The Pixel Watch is integrated with Fitbit and supports Google Assistant, Google Maps and Google Wallet. It can be used as a remote control for compatible smart home devices using the Home app for Wear OS.

It will also offer heart rate tracking and sleep monitoring. Users can also see their Active Zone Minutes as they work out and track their stats and progress against different fitness goals.

The Pixel Watch will also work with the Find My Device app to help users locate their Pixel phone, headphones, or other supported device on a map available on their wrist.


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