The wait is over! The new Google Pixel Watch is available now at the Google Store! If you’re familiar with the Apple Watch, then you’ll love the Pixel Watch, especially if you use Android instead of an iPhone. It offers some similar features to the Apple Watch, including voice-activated Google Assistant support, fitness tracking, and the ability to send messages to other users through your watch instead of needing to pull out your phone. Plus, it has a sleek and refined look that makes it attractive both in terms of form and function. You can pick up this powerful watch from the Google Store today!
Introducing the Google Pixel Watch
The first thing you’ll notice about Google’s first-ever smartwatch is its polished look. The 42mm model sports a thin bezel and rounded edges while being designed in a way that fits both men and women. The larger 46mm watch, while boasting a similar design to its smaller counterpart, features larger strap lugs for better comfort on bigger wrists. Both models are available with either 18k rose gold or titanium finishes for $399 and $499 respectively.
What do You need to know about Google Pixel Watch?
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What is the watch made out of?
The body of a watch can be made out of many different materials. Some watches are made out of metals, such as gold and silver. Others have more unique materials such as plastics or ceramics. The type of material used to make a watch greatly affects its overall look and feel. For example, an all-metal watch looks much different than one that has a plastic faceplate with a metal backplate, even though they may both be relatively similar in price. When you shop for watches online or in stores, you’ll want to take note of what kind of materials are used for each model you consider purchasing. This will help you pick out which features suit your tastes best and how much it might cost over time to own each watch under consideration for purchase.
Features of the Google Pixel Watch
The watch comes in two colors, Just Black and Clearly White. Both sport a variety of band options, with many different colors and styles to choose from. If you get bored of your current look, swapping out bands is as easy as turning a small metal knob. Best of all? The watches are water-resistant up to 50 meters so you can take them swimming or even get caught in a sudden rainstorm without worrying about damage!
A Look at the Design
The first thing you’ll notice about Google’s watch design is that it’s strikingly similar to other smartwatches on the market. The differences are subtle—the bezel, for example, features a polished finish rather than rounded edges—but they make all of a difference. It’s much easier to hold in your hand and looks more stylish than many of its competitors. This may be one of those things that you don’t fully appreciate until you see it in person, but it makes a huge difference compared to similar products. For example, Android users who want to invest in an Apple product won’t have trouble finding a watch that fits their needs; but with Apple-like devices from both Samsung and LG already on store shelves, there was room for another option.
How the watch works
The Pixel Watch marks a return to what Google does best: hardware. After several failed attempts to make Android-powered smartphones, Google has decided it can do better—and smarter—by making its own hardware. The watch’s most exciting feature comes from its highly-customizable complications settings, allowing users to use their watches in a variety of ways. For example, if you have an appointment on your calendar that requires extra preparation or travel time, you can set up an icon on your watch face indicating where you need to be and how long it will take you to get there. The complications give users multiple options for customizing their watch faces without overwhelming them with different options and steps.
Which Colors Are Available?
With so many styles and colors of watches to choose from, you might find yourself torn between different options. Well, fear not: we’ve created a handy color picker tool that can help you decide which one best fits your personal style. Just click on one of our pre-made color schemes—such as Teal Shift or Emerald Waters—and you’ll instantly get an idea of how that palette will look with your watch face. Then, if you want to tweak it further and make it more unique to your tastes, simply adjust individual elements like brightness and contrast until they’re just right. The possibilities are endless!
Price and availability
According to Engadget, pricing starts at $399, but that’s just for a model with a plastic band. The more expensive models include stainless steel or leather bands and will cost you anywhere from $499 to $799. Delivery dates vary based on your specific order and location. According to 9to5Google, customers who pre-ordered could receive their watches as early as Oct. 18, while other orders won’t be shipped until Nov. 3 or even Dec. 5 if you want them in black with a leather band. If you need a watch before then, there are plenty of other options out there. Apple has been selling its Series 4 watch since September, which includes an updated design and larger screen than previous versions. There are also third-party companies like Fossil Group Inc., which sells watches under its own name as well as brands like Michael Kors and Kate Spade New York. You can also find smartwatches that run on Android Wear software like Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 or Huawei’s TalkBand B5300 (pictured above).
How Does It Compare to Other Smartphones?
There are more than one million apps for Android phones, and many of them are tailored to you. Many popular apps, such as Instagram and Facebook, can be accessed in just seconds via your phone’s home screen. And with Voice Search from Google Assistant, you don’t even have to touch your phone—just say Ok Google, and ask it questions about weather forecasts or local businesses. If you prefer a physical keyboard, purchase an external Bluetooth keyboard that is compatible with Android. The best part? Most versions of Android come loaded with hundreds of free applications that enhance every aspect of your life while keeping your device running smoothly and efficiently.
The new Google Pixel Watch comes in two colors, Kinda Blue and Just Black. It has a water resistance rating of 5ATM, so it can be used for shallow-water activities like swimming in a pool or ocean. The watch face contains a 1.2-inch AMOLED display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 that sits above a 316L stainless steel case and fast-charging Qi wireless charging. The operating system will be Android Wear 2.0, which means you’ll be able to download Android Pay from your wrist and send custom replies to messages with your voice via Google Assistant, all of which are features Apple’s watch lacks.
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