Google showcases the Pixel Watch's unique design in latest video teaser

Vlad, 22 September 2022

Google's product launches have definitely been getting progressively more... different in recent times, culminating with the teaser from May for the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch that are only due to become fully official on October 6.

But Google hasn't stood still from May up until now either - it's already revealed the chipset inside the phones as well as their color versions and pre-order start date, and today it's time for us to get a much better look at the Pixel Watch. So here's the wearable, from all angles, in all colors, in glorious video teaser form:

The only mystery left here is how big the circular bezel is going to be and given how much Google seems to love to only show black-heavy watch faces, we're guessing "huge" - but hoping we're wrong. The design looks very unique and pretty awesome, but a huge bezel will spoil that look, a lot.

A proprietary strap attachment system is also all but confirmed through this video, so if you were hoping to fit your existing collection of 20- or 22-mm straps to this smartwatch, you're out of luck. Google is definitely going to say that the proprietary system gives the watch a more streamlined look, and it does, but this also reeks of a) being "inspired" by Apple and b) wanting to make an easy buck off of accessory sales.

The Pixel Watch is rumored to cost around €250-350 with Wi-Fi/Bluetooth only and about $400 with LTE functionality. All will be revealed in just a couple of weeks or so, stay tuned.


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  • Never
  • 24 Sep 2022
  • nWE

Should be pretty hard to drop it, if it's strapped to your wrist...

  • Cronosurf
  • 24 Sep 2022
  • 8}Q

As developers of the popular Cronosurf Wave chronograph for Wear OS, we are excited to see this unique design. However, we fully agree that if the black circular bezel around the usable display area is huge, watch faces with small elements, like any ...

EXACTLY! Nothing to keep the screen from being cracked. "oh! but it has so and so screen". It's still made of GLASS ya know.

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