The first smartwatch from Google is likely to be introduced sometime in 2022 and now its name has also come to the fore.
Of course, it was already certain that it would be called Pixel Watch, but now it has been confirmed because Google has registered the Pixel Watch trademark.
The trademark was registered by Google on April 19 and stated that it is for smart watches and accessories.
The trademark also states that the smartwatch will consist of metal, leather, plastic, silicone or rubber, indicating that Google will introduce a number of watch bands.
An earlier leak had suggested that the Google Smart Watch could be launched in May 2022, but now it looks difficult.
Google’s IoT Developer Conference takes place in May of this year.
A December 2021 report stated that Castle Watch was codenamed Rohan.
The design of the Pixel Watch suggests that it will have a round dial display without a bezel, while the smartwatch will also track the heart rate and a number of steps.
Rumors about Google Pixel Watch have been circulating for a long time but so far the company has been providing only Android software to smart watch makers like Samsung, not working on hardware.
This smartwatch will be developed by Google’s Pixel Hardware Group and will not be supported by FitBit.
It should be noted that the fit butt smart tracker company Google had bought some time ago.
Google’s smartwatch is primarily intended to compete with the Apple Watch.