Google files a trademark application for ‘Pixel Watch’

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There’s a massive probability that Google’s long-rumored smartwatch can be known as the “Pixel Watch.” The tech large has filed paperwork with the United States Patent and Trademark Office to trademark “Pixel Watch,” 9to5Google stories. In its application, Google wrote that the title is meant to “cover the categories of smartwatches,” “wearable computers in the nature of smartwatches,” in addition to smartwatch instances, straps and bands. 

The trademark application did not include extra particulars concerning the gadget. But primarily based on earlier rumors and rendering leaks, the company’s first in-house-developed smartwatch may have a round face with no bezel. It’s anticipated to have a coronary heart rate sensor and different options present in units by Fitbit, which Google bought in 2021, as nicely. The gadget will reportedly price greater than a Fitbit, although, and can be a veritable Apple Watch competitor. It’s additionally anticipated to run Wear OS 3, the tech large’s upcoming wearable platform that may solely make its technique to a handful of present smartwatches. 

Jon Prosser, who’s recognized for leaking upcoming releases in tech, beforehand mentioned that Google is planning to launch its first smartwatch on May twenty sixth. That would not sound unlikely, for the reason that date coincides with the tech large’s annual I/O convention that normally takes place in May. However, as 9to5Google factors out, Google has to undergo a few extra regulatory hurdles earlier than the gadget’s launch. Since the gadget hasn’t been noticed in listings on the Federal Communications Commission and the Bluetooth SIG but, May twenty sixth is likely to be too quickly for its unveiling.

Pixel Watch 👇

I’m listening to that Google is planning on launching it on Thursday, May twenty sixth — over year since we leaked it.

This is the primary we’ve seen a set date on the gadget behind the scenes.

Google is thought for pushing again dates — but when they do, we’ll know 👀 pic.twitter.com/Kk0D4Bom6d

— Jon Prosser (@jon_prosser) January 21, 2022

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