Google Pixel Watch details exposure

Google announced a new smartwatch at its I/O conference, the Pixel Watch. The sleek and refined appearance aroused the love of many people. But unfortunately, Google did not disclose the specific specifications of the Pixel Watch, and Google is expected to hold a new product launch conference in October.

But now the details of the Pixel Watch are gradually increasing, such as RAM, device coprocessors, etc., giving us a better understanding of the device.

Now, @Max Winebach has confirmed more details about it, the co-processor is named Arm M33, and its power consumption is extremely low (measured in microwatts). In addition, the watch will be powered by a Samsung Exynos 9110 processor with 1.5 GB of RAM and 32 GB of ROM storage for a smooth Wear OS experience.

Therefore, it can run for a long time with the rumored 300 mAh battery.

Max Weinbach also "confirmed" that the coprocessor is a Cortex-M33 product developed by Google and NXP (NXP).

Additionally, the Pixel Watch will be available in three versions. One of them will only support Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, while the other two will support LTE data networks, and will also support USB-C charging, manufactured by Compal (the Apple Watch series supplier).

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