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(Pocket-lint) – Google’s Pixel-branded smartwatch has been rumored for years, but speculation has increased significantly of late as not only images of the device have surfaced in the real world, but also images of the Pixel Watch on a wrist have appeared.
The latest report on the Pixel Watch comes in the form of Bluetooth certification – something all devices offering Bluetooth must go through before launch.
The entry appeared on the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) and relates to a device called the BT Wearable Design Controller Subsystem, which is believed to be the Pixel Watch. The entry mentions three models – GWT9R, GBZ4S and GQF4C – although it is currently not clear whether these three models are simply different cellular bands, or if they refer to different models with different features and sizes.
As for the certifications, Google also recently filed the Pixel Watch name with the US Patent and Trademark Office, so the evidence supporting the smartwatch is certainly piling up. Although nothing official has been said yet, the Google Pixel Watch is expected to be unveiled at Google I/O, which starts on May 11th.
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According to the leaked images of the device, the Pixel Watch will feature a round, minimalist design with a heart rate sensor on the back and a crown in the center of the right edge. It is expected to run on Wear OS 3 software developed by Google and Samsung. You can read all the Pixel Watch rumors in our separate post.
Writing from Britta O’Boyle.