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We’ve been waiting years to see it, but now it’s finally here: the Google Pixel Watch is official. This is the first-ever wearable with a Google logo, and it appears to be a huge leap of faith for the brand. It launched alongside the Google Pixel 7 series.
As expected, the watch features Wear OS as a platform. This Android-based fork has a robust app library and plenty of power to run them all. Fitbit health tracking is on board which brings the already-stellar tracking basics of a Fitbit to the Pixel Watch. Of course, the battery isn’t that big, the processor is years old, and the price is a little high.
Google Pixel Watch: Hot or not?
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If you’re ready to take a chance on the Pixel Watch, you can pre-order it below. Remember that there are two versions: a Wi-Fi-only model and one that supports LTE connections.
Google Pixel Watch
Wear OS 3 • Fitbit integration • Tons of apps
The Pixel Watch is the first wearable with the Big G.
The Google Pixel Watch is a Wear OS-powered wearable that’s aiming to be the smartwatch for everyone. It has a robust app library, plenty of Fitbit-based health-tracking features, and a classy design.