It has sensors on the underside that detect continuous heart rate at 1-second intervals, track sleep, measure blood oxygen (SpO2), and capture ECG (electrocardiogram) data. In the middle, sensors are positioned horizontally and are ringed by two semi-circles. According to Google, this is Fitbit's most precise heart rate tracking yet.
In terms of computational power, the watch is powered by Samsung's older Exynos 9110 CPU, which was previously seen in the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. It does, however, include an extra Cortex M33 coprocessor to improve battery life. It also has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage space.
Bluetooth 5.0, LTE, Wi-Fi, and NFC for contactless payments are all included in the Pixel Watch. It also has a compass, GPS, and motion sensors such as an accelerometer and gyroscope. It also has a microphone and speaker for Google Assistant and calling.
The Pixel Watch has a 294mAh battery that is said to last 24 hours. It can endure pressure comparable to 50 metres in depth and is water resistant up to 5 ATM.
The GPS + Bluetooth-only edition of the Pixel Watch will cost $349. The Pixel Watch LTE-compatible variant will cost $399. The watch is only available in one size. Pre-orders begin today, with sales beginning on October 13.