Disregarding longstanding gossipy goodies recommending that Google was wanting to release a smartwatch in 2018, you won’t see a Pixel Watch on racks (or wrists) anytime sooner rather than later. The association’s official of designing for Wear OS, Miles Barr, confirmed to Tom’s Guide that Google isn’t aiming to dispatch a smartwatch this year. Or maybe, Google is working with various associations, for instance, Fossil and Casio, who are making their own Wear OS smartwatches, while focusing on upgrading the item for quite a while to come.
Rumormongers had recommended that Google would reveal a Pixel Watch near to the Pixel 3 at its equipment occasion in October.
On September tenth, Qualcomm is set to report another chip that forces Wear OS contraptions, and it was ordinary that Google would use that processor for its own specific smartwatch. Meanwhile, Google has as of late revealed the latest adjustment of Wear OS. The people who were convinced these were signs Google would report a Pixel Watch may be baffled.
“To think about a one-measure fits-all watch, I don’t believe we’re there yet,” Barr said. “Our center is around our accomplices for the time being.”
He alluded to what a future Pixel Watch could take after, with a conspicuous focus on Google Assistant, which is at the center of the latest Wear OS. Until additionally see, Google is keeping its spotlight arranged on Wear OS, and is starting at now revolved around streamlining battery life – a refresh that draws from Android’s capacity administration features will improve matters on that front in front of calendar one year from now, Barr noted