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Last year, Google entered the world of smartwatches with its Pixel Watch. Despite its promising start, issues with an outdated chip and battery life problems held it back. Now, Google is gearing up to launch the second generation of the Pixel Watch, aiming to address these concerns. Leaked details about its upgrades have surfaced, and we’re here to share them with you.

A recent report has revealed that the Pixel Watch 2 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 chipset accompanied by a custom coprocessor based on the NXP chip. This addition is expected to result in enhanced performance and extended battery life.

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One intriguing addition is the inclusion of an ultra-wideband (UWB) chip in Google’s second smartwatch. This UWB chip opens up various possibilities, such as device tracking, aligning with Google’s efforts to improve its Find My Device functionality. This technology could also enable the smartwatch to function as a digital car key, potentially through collaborations with different companies.

While the screen size for the Pixel Watch 2 is expected to remain at 1.2 inches, Google might source the display panel from Samsung. The smartwatch is likely to come equipped with Wear OS 4, similar to the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Series that operates on Android 13.

Availability and launch

Unlike its predecessor, Pixel Watch 2 will be available in India. The smartwatch is anticipated to launch in a few months, alongside the Pixel 8 series. However, as concrete details are still scarce, it’s best to wait for Google’s official announcement.

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