According to 9to5Google, the Pixel Watch will get a coprocessor in addition to the rather old Exynos 9110 soc, presumably for lighter and more stable tasks. It will also get more than 1.5 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage.
What will the wizard serve, Report Website sources no. It is known that the coprocessor takes over the tasks from the “main” CPU, but not the tasks in this case. The site’s editors anticipate that these are health monitoring tasks; They occur continuously and in this area a lot of battery charge can be saved.
The site also reported that the Pixel Watch will have “slightly more” 1.5GB of RAM than the Galaxy Watch 4. The author talks about the Pixel Watch as having “more RAM than any smartwatch out there.” However, Huawei Watch 3 Pro has 2 GB of RAM. It’s not clear if 9to5Google briefly forgot about such a model in this article, whether that also means “more than 1.5GB of RAM” or whether it’s meant to limit comparison with Wear OS smartwatches. .
With 32GB of storage, the Pixel Watch will compete with models like the Apple Watch, many Garmin smartwatches, and the Huawei Watch GT 3 Pro. No Wear OS model with more than 16GB of storage. Saving music for offline playback is an obvious use of storage space in a smartwatch.
Since a week 9to5Google came out with a message, based on its sources, that the Pixel Watch is running on Exynos 9110-soc. This soc was first used in Samsung Galaxy Watch from 2018. Using this soc doesn’t have to be a knockout. On his Pixel 6 and 6 Pro used Google also included Cortex A76 processor cores, which were already outdated at the time those phones were released. However, the user experience, for example, in a Tweakers review of phones was described as “amazingly smooth.” Other rumors, including from 9to5Google, have stated that The battery is 300 mAh and it supports e-sim†
Pixel Watch will be released this fall. The price is not yet known, nor the countries in which it will be released. Pixel devices are usually not released in the Netherlands and Belgium, but they are often available in neighboring European countries, which makes importing possible.
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