Monday, January 17, 2022

Google Pixel Watch will feature custom Samsung chips: Report

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While we have already come across leaked renders of the Google Pixel Watch, we have now got our hands on some marketing images of the upcoming wearable.

A new report has even revealed some interesting details about the company’s smartwatch as well. In a new YouTube video from Front Page Tech, the search engine giant’s poster images for the Google Pixel Watch were revealed.

Google Pixel Watch renders are out, the design looks too good to be true
Image Source: Jon Prosser

The video claims that these are official marketing images that will surface online soon, which Jon Prosser allegedly captured from a leaked video.

Taking a look at these images, we can tell that the design is in accordance with the leaked renders we have witnessed earlier this year. The smartwatch appears to have a negligible bezel and a slight curve, with the physical button also being visible.

Furthermore, one of the images even showcases the Pixel Watch using Google Maps. On the other hand, Max Weinbach has separately reported that this smartwatch will feature a custom-made chipset that will be built by Samsung.

The Pixel Watch could quite possibly feature a chip that is based on the 5nm process.

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In other words, the new chipset for the upcoming smartwatch may even be a customized version of the Exynos W920, which is the chip that powers the Galaxy Watch4 and the Galaxy Watch4 Classic.

Unfortunately, this information is still not official, so take it with a grain of salt. The Pixel Watch is also expected to launch sometime next year, so sit back and wait for more updates on the device!

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