Google Pixel Watch: Fresh leak showcases curved display, a digital crown and Fitbit integration
Evan Blass has shared more details about the Pixel Watch, Google's inaugural smartwatch. As the screenshot below shows, Google has added interactive tutorials for the Pixel Rohan, the company's codename for the Pixel Watch that Business Insider revealed in December. While Blass has not provided a link to these tutorials, the screenshot shows that Pixel Rohan runs Wear OS, confirming that it is a smartwatch.
For some reason, Google has shared tutorials for Wear OS 3.1, not the newer Wear OS 3.2 that has now reached the Galaxy Watch4 series. Presumably, the Pixel Watch will launch with the latest version of Wear OS, albeit a year after Google unveiled version 3 of its smartwatch OS. According to Samsung, a next-generation Google Assistant and a revised YouTube Music could be around the corner, screenshots of which 9to5Google have already provided.
Incidentally, Blass has also leaked an image of the Pixel Watch, embedded above. Shown without a watch strap, the Pixel Watch's design matches earlier leaks that highlighted a curved display and a single physical button that will serve as a digital crown. Additionally, the leaked image highlights Wear OS 3's impending Fitbit integration, which could replace Google Fit. Google is expected to announce the Pixel Watch in October, although Google may use next month's Google I/O 2022 to showcase Wear OS 3.