There have been rumors that the Pixel Watch’s bezel would be thick, and this leaked image gives us our best look yet. It appears to take up nearly 10mm of the case’s rumored 41mm diameter.
Wear OS 3 does a good job of hiding the black ring, making it appear to be part of the display. However, this menu makes it very clear.
The image is part of a larger leak sparked by Japanese retailer Joshin and shared on Twitter by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt.
Following its announcement at I/O in May, the Pixel Watch’s swappable bands’ specs, images, features, and details have steadily leaked ahead of the wearable’s full reveal at Thursday’s Pixel event. All that remains for Google is to officially announce its price and put it on the market.
To recap, the Pixel Watch runs a “improved” version of Wear OS 3, with access to native apps such as Google Maps, Google Assistant, Google Wallet, and Google Home, as well as Fitbit integration for viewing and tracking health data.
The Wi-Fi / Bluetooth-only variant is expected to cost $349, while LTE connectivity is expected to cost $399.
Tomorrow, the Pixel Watch will be joined on stage by the Pixel 7, with the event beginning at 10 a.m. ET. We might even be in for a few surprises. Here’s what we’re expecting to see.
Apple announced the Apple Watch Ultra alongside the Series 8 at its “Far Out” event. The Ultra is a tough outdoor watch that now sits atop the Apple Watch lineup as a premium option with up to 60 hours of battery life and dual-frequency GPS.