Google’s long-rumored smartwatch resurfaces with new leaked images


Google’s long-rumored flagship smartwatch is making the rounds again after famous tipster Jon Prosser shared what he claims to be official promotional renders made by the tech company.

Prosser, also known as Front Page Tech on YouTube, already showed high-quality renders of the Pixel Watch last April. Each photo presents the watch having a bezel-less, circular design, with no buttons, except for a crown on the right.

The same details were reported by Insider and The Verge last week, after confirming it with a source knowledgeable of the matter.

It seems that Prosser’s previous report on the Pixel Watch is on the button again, as the marketing images he obtained from Google shows just that.

The new pictures are starkly similar to the unofficial renders Prosser shared earlier this year, with the Pixel Watch sporting a very minimal design and still without bezels around the side of the screen.

It also features minimalist staps, which, according to Prosser’s previous report, will come with 20 band options and can be swapped, just like that of the Apple Watch.

Apart from the bezel-less design, the Pixel Watch was previously reported to run Wear OS with health tools, such as a step counter and heart rate monitor.

Read more: Google’s first self-developed smartwatch may arrive in 2022


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