Google recently introduced its Google Pixel Watch during the Google I/O 2022 developer’s conference. The device is the first smartwatch from the company and has been in rumours for quite some time. A previous report claimed that the Pixel Watch might come featuring the Samsung’s Exynos 9110 chip released about four years ago. It is the same chip which first arrived with the Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018. According to a new report, Exynos 9110 will also have a co-processor on board. This may resemble the Snapdragon Wear 4100+ architecture that has a secondary co-processor for ultra low power tasks that powers the always-on display and some sensors.
The wearable will also have 32 GB of Internal Storage, which is way more than what current Wear OS devices have right now. The sensors on the back of the wearable are visibly identical to the sensor array used in the Fitbit Luxe and Fitbit Charge 5. The watch will support heart rate monitoring, SpO2 (blood oxygen), and ECG, and as Google owns Fitbit reusing sensors like this makes perfect sense.
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