Google's first smartwatch, Pixel Watch, comes with deep Fitbit integration

At the Made By Google fall event, Google officially launched its first smartwatch, the Google Pixel Watch. The Bluetooth/Wi-Fi version of the Google Pixel Watch starts at $349.99 (about 2,481 yuan), while the 4G LTE version starts at $399.99 (about 2,836 yuan).

The Google Pixel Watch runs Wear OS 3.5 and is compatible with Android 8.0 and higher Android phones. When it comes to notifications, the Pixel Watch can give you any information you need with a swipe, touch, or voice.

The Google Pixel Watch is equipped with a 294mAh battery, which can be used for 24 hours on a single charge, supports fast charging, and the Pixel Watch can be charged to 50% in 30 minutes.

The Pixel Watch comes with Google Wallet, which supports seamless, contactless payments, as well as navigation powered by Google Maps, and notifications from Calendar and Gmail.

You can use Google Assistant through the watch, and it features an updated design that debuted on the Galaxy Watch line. Users can even set photos from Google Photos as their watch faces.

Plus, you get three months of YouTube Music Premium (new subscribers only) with the purchase of a new Pixel Watch, which opens up its massive library of over 100 million songs when you need to stream music from the watch.

The new watch includes deep Fitbit integration to use its software through Google Home, as well as features from Google Assistant, Google Wallet, and smart home tools such as all-day activity tracking, continuous heart rate tracking, sleep tracking, and more.

Additionally, Google is bringing a way to use the Pixel Watch as a remote shutter for your phone's camera, making it easy to take selfies.

The watch is available in four different versions: a matte black case version with an Obsidian Active strap, a polished silver case version with a charcoal Active strap, a polished silver case version with a Chalk Active strap, and a Hael Active version with Champagne gold case version of the strap.

In addition to this, you can choose straps in woven, stretch, reactive, two-tone leather and refined leather.

This winter, Google will update the Watch to provide emergency services in the event of a user's fall, and it will automatically make a distress call if you don't respond.

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