According to rumors, Google Pixel Watch could be released in 2022, but the smartwatch of Mountain View for now we know very little. So far, in fact, Google has never made decisive steps in the wearable market: the company bought FitBit a few years ago, while now working together with Samsung at WearOS 3, but has not produced devices “in its own”
Google Pixel Watch only leaked promotional images, appeared on the net last week and that say little about the device. The American portal 9to5Google, however, seems to have made an interesting discovery on Big G’s smartwatch by scanning the files of the WearOS 3 emulator.
The WearOS 3 emulator was released months ago by Google, hoping developers could use it for their smartwatch apps and wearable devices in general, and it seems to contain interesting information about some non-devices.
In particular, 9to5Google has found in the software a dozen different digital dials for Google Watch, of which five have important differences between each other. You can find 9to5Google images, which show some of these dials, in the gallery at the bottom of this news.
One particular feature of the dials is that one of them has the FitBit logo, which would be very clear if it were used on Pixel Watch. The hypothesis, in this case, is two: the first, less likely, is that there will be a “special” version for sportsmen of Pixel Watch realized just together with FitBit, which on the other hand is a subsidiary of Google; the