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Google Pixel Watch with WearOS 3.2 coming in May

Google will soon bring the latest Pixel Watch and WearOS 3.2 to its I/O 2022 conference.

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Google is hosting the Google I/O 2022 Developer Conference in early May. Apart from the novelties related to Android 13 (we wrote about it here, here, and here). Now we want to say something more about the Google Pixel Watch that is around the corner.

Google Pixel Watch
Photo by James Tsai

We can substantiate these claims with Evan Blass’ latest Twitter post (@evleaks) where he brings a guide for the WearOS 3.2 mobile platform. That is, a platform intended for use on smartwatches.

For now, WearOS is used on Samsung Galaxy Watch smartwatches but that could soon change with the arrival of the Google Pixel Watch smartwatch. So far we have been able to hear rumors that the Pixel Watch will have a design well known to us with the Samsung Galaxy Watch smartwatch, a round design with slightly curved parts at the edge.

Google Pixel Watch
Photo by James Tsai
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At the company’s headquarters, they believe that the Google Pixel Watch will arouse so much interest and that it will be the “right thing” for all those fans of Google hardware and software led by the Android mobile platform.

We must say that at its I/0 2022 conference, Google will reveal all the details related to the Pixel Watch smartwatch, while its introduction or launch would go a little later, together with the arrival of the next-generation Google Pixel smartphones – Google Pixel 7.

Google Pixel Watch
Photo by James Tsai

In addition to the Pixel Watch smartwatch, Google aims to say something more about the next version of the WearOS 3.1 platform for smartwatches. We all know how WearOS came about as a joint development project of Samsung and Google with the goal of bringing a unique platform for smartwatches and even better connectivity and a better user experience with Android.

Google Pixel Watch
Photo by James Tsai

Looking at the design (visual) side of the Pixel Watch smartwatch, we have to say that it is extremely simple and minimalist.

With one “physical button” or “circle” used for pressing and rotating in a circle, you will move through the interface of the Pixel Watch smartwatch, more precisely the WearOS 3.2 platform.

Let’s not forget that back in 2019, Google bought the company “Fitbit”, which is known for the production of wearable gadgets, for 2.1 billion US dollars. So we have no doubt that Google will use its solutions in the production process of its first smartwatch, the simple name Pixel Watch.

We will have the opportunity to see how all this will affect the customers and consumers themselves in the first reactions after the Google developer conference this May.

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