According to sources from 9to5Google, the upcoming Pixel Watch will have a 300mAh battery and cellular connectivity. The latter is an impressive feature that makes it possible to leave the smartphone at home, but this does not yet work in the Netherlands.
9to5Google makes Comparing in terms of battery capacity with the Galaxy Watch4 models, which are the only ones so far running on Wear OS 3, the Pixel Watch will undoubtedly also work. The 40mm Watch4 has a 247mAh battery, which lasts about 24 hours depending on usage. The 44mm variant “generally” lasts 30 to 40 hours. Older Android smartwatches, such as the Fossil Gen 6 and Skagen Falster Gen 6, also have 300mAh batteries and last about 24 hours.
However, the Pixel Watch is expected to do just that WearOS 3.1 Running, according to “The Good Smartphone” Evan Blass. Since it is not known what improvements in power consumption have been made in this new version, it is not possible to make a complete comparison between Watch4 and Pixel Watch in terms of battery life.
The presence of mobile connectivity on smartwatches is nothing new, but it is still in its infancy in the Netherlands. These smartwatches do not have a SIM slot, but they do have a “slot” for an electronic SIM card. The only provider in the Netherlands that currently offers the option to take an e-SIM card for a smartwatch is T-Mobile, and this provider only does it for the Apple Watch. company Don’t rule out That e-sim will also be offered for Android smartwatches in the future, but there is no date associated with that. In Belgium, Android smartwatches are already supported by an e-SIM card. Users can go there in orange and Telenet†
Pixel Watch images leaked a week ago. Someone left the device at a restaurant and a researcher friend has it Putting pictures online† Later this person posted More photosIncluding the watch strap this time.
Previous rumors, coming from sources from YouTuber Jon Prosser, stated that the smartwatch should be released on May 26. Google itself has not disclosed or disclosed anything yet.
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