The long-awaited Google Pixel Watch smart watch is expected to be unveiled as early as the Google I/O conference in the first half of May. And today we can assess their appearance.
The image shows the device with a round screen and one physical control in the form of a wheel. In early renders that hit the web last year, the watch looked about the same, except the screen seemed larger relative to the wheel.
But this could be a consequence of Google preparing two versions of the watch with different displays, and now we’re seeing a smaller model. Technical data, unfortunately, is not available. Most likely, the watch will run Wear OS, although there have been rumors that Google may use some other operating system.
Google’s smartwatch users have been waiting for several years. The first rumors about such a device appeared back in 2017.