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Google Pixel Watch Might Get Sport Band Soon, Suggests New Pixel Ad Featuring Megan Rapinoe


Google unveiled its much-awaited Pixel Watch in October last year during the ‘Made By Google’ event. The tech giant’s first in-house smartwatch was launched in Chalk, Charcoal, Hazel, and Obsidian band options. Now, the wearable appears to be getting a new band option shortly. Google’s latest Fixed on Pixel ad featuring soccer star Megan Rapinoe hints at the arrival of the sporty Pixel Watch band in Coral shade. The video also shows the Pixel 7 Pro smartphone and Pixel Buds Pro truly wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds.

The latest Google Fixed on Pixel ad starring Women’s Soccer star Megan Rapinoe gives users an insight into the upcoming coral Pixel Watch band. In the video, the football star can be seen using Pixel 7 Pro paired with a Pixel Watch with a coral watch band displaying “Fitbit Active Zone Minutes”. She is seen wearing Pixel Buds Pro TWS earbuds as well. As per the video, “the band will not be available for purchase until Fall 2023.”

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Google was earlier speculated to release seven bands for the Pixel Watch, but the flagship wearable debuted in just four band options — Chalk Active band, Charcoal Active band, Hazel Active band and Obsidian Active band.

To recall, Google introduced the Pixel Watch at I/O 2022 in May and it went official later in October during the ‘Made By Google’ event alongside the Google Pixel 7 series.

Google Pixel Watch’s price is set at $349.99 (roughly Rs. 29,000) for the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi-only model. The LTE model along with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is priced at $399.99 (roughly Rs. 33,000).

The Google Pixel Watch runs on WearOS 3.5 and features a circular 1.2-inch AMOLED touch display with support for always-on mode. It runs on Exynos 9110 SoC, paired with a Cortex M33 coprocessor and 2GB of RAM. The wearable includes a heart rate sensor and an ECG tracker. It has a stainless-steel build and is integrated with Fitbit. It also supports Google Assistant, Google Maps, and Google Wallet.


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