Pixel Watch Battery Backup Revealed

And it is like any average smartwatch.

Share on twitter
Tweet
Share on facebook
Share
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp
Pixel Watch
Image: Google

Smartwatches are an emerging trend as people prefer gadgets for their functionality, convince, and versatility. The Google Pixel watch is another highly awaited wearable, and it is anticipated to attract a huge user base.

The latest report from 9to5Google cites a source that provides a clear insight on the expected battery life of the gadget on the newly teased Google Pixel watch.

According to the sources, the pixel watch is expected to last up to one day on a single charge. Although the number isn’t an official quote from Google since the watch hasn’t been released yet, you can expect the official battery endurance to change once it officially hits the market.

The Google Pixel watch is expected to have a 300mAH battery, as per another report. It is believed that the battery is curated for the base model, while the battery size of its LTE variant remains unknown.

It was reported this month that the pixel watch will comprise the older Exynos 9110 chipset from the 2018 launch with the 10nm process. It is the same chipset that we witness on the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2.

The battery life of the WearOS device is a concern for the users as the watch aims to satisfy consumers’ daily usage requirements, which include viewing emails, calls, etc.

Hence, the expectations are now higher than a regular watch that offers precise time. Naturally, battery backup is essential to users, and lasting a day is common among modern Wear OS devices.

Devices such as the Gen 6 Fossil watches (like the Skagen Falster Gen 6) intend to last one day after each charge. However, another category of the watches like the TicWatch Pro 3 Ultra can last three days for each charge. However, the Pixel watch is expected to have a chunky, attractive appearance and a sturdier battery.

Sameer

Sameer

I am a technophile, writer, YouTuber, and SEO analyst who is insane about tech and enjoys experimenting with numerous devices. An engineer by degree but a writer from the heart. I run a Youtube channel known as “XtreamDroid” that focuses on Android apps, how-to guides, and tips & tricks.
More From Fossbytes

Latest On Fossbytes

Find your dream job