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Google has been making headlines for the past several weeks for its upcoming smartwatch (Pixel Watch). And people are getting convinced of its design and look but till now were not aware of its merits. And even Google didn’t reveal the specs of the Pixel Watch.

Let us tell you that the Google Pixel Watch will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9110 processor and will be equipped with a co-processor/assistant processor. Its job is to help offset the load on the main SoC and handle intensive tasks, but it remains to be seen whether it falls under the co-processor tensor umbrella.

According to GSMarena and max winback tweet, This co-processor was identified as Cortex-M33 by Max Winebach. The M33’s power draw is measured in micro Watts, so it should be able to last a long time running off a 300mAh battery. Co-processors aside, the Exynos 9110 will be paired with 1.5GB of RAM (which is a lot for a watch) and 32GB of storage.

So far, three versions of the Pixel Watch have been seen on the FCC. One only has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity (GQF4C), and the other two have LTE (GBZ4S and GWT9R). The GBZ4S supports only three bands – 5, 7, and 26 – while the GWT9R supports ten bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 13, 17, 25, 26, 66, and 71.

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Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 4100+ is powered by the company’s QCC1110 coprocessor, which according to 9to5Google can support an all-weather display in 64K colors. Foreign media expect the Pixel Watch’s coprocessor to perform the same, but there is no evidence to support this claim.

The new smartwatch is most likely to release alongside the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, so stay tuned for more details on the same.

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Google Pixel Watch details revealed, that apart from Samsung Exynos 9110, it will also have a co-processor

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Google has been making headlines for the past several weeks for its upcoming smartwatch (Pixel Watch). And people are getting convinced of its design and look but till now were not aware of its merits. And even Google didn’t reveal the specs of the Pixel Watch.

Let us tell you that the Google Pixel Watch will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9110 processor and will be equipped with a co-processor/assistant processor. Its job is to help offset the load on the main SoC and handleless intensive tasks, but it remains to be seen whether it falls under the co-processor tensor umbrella.

We just reported a few weeks ago that the Exynos 9110 is a chip released by Samsung in August 2018. The chip uses a 10nm process and has two Cortex-A53 cores. This is similar to the Snapdragon Wear 4100+, which debuted on the original Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018.

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An unnamed source told 9to5Google that not only will this Google wearable come with a co-processor, but it will also have the most RAM on the wearable OS, as well as 32GB of storage onboard. Hence, this Pixel Watch will provide a better Wear OS experience.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 4100+ is powered by the company’s QCC1110 coprocessor, which according to 9to5Google can support an all-weather display in 64K colors. Foreign media expect the Pixel Watch’s coprocessor to perform the same, but there is no evidence to support this claim.

The new smartwatch is most likely to release alongside the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, so stay tuned for more details on the same.

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Google Pixel Watch is equipped with the Exynos chip, which originally debuted with the Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018

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As reported by 9to5 Google, on Wednesday, Google officially confirmed that it is making a Pixel Watch smartwatch, but the preview version provided is unclear about the specifics, as it is still a few months from the market. is far. time. It is understood that the Google Pixel Watch is equipped with an Exynos chip, which originally debuted with the Samsung Galaxy Watch in 2018.

According to sources, the Google Pixel Watch uses the Exynos 9110, a Samsung chip first released in August 2018.

The Exynos 9110 chip uses a 10nm process and has two Cortex-A53 cores. This is similar to the Snapdragon Wear 4100+, but the Qualcomm chip is 12nm, which is less efficient. With the introduction of the W920 chip, Samsung says it has “about 20 percent better CPU performance and 10 times faster graphics performance than its predecessor.”

Google is likely to use an older chip since the Pixel Watch project started some time ago. When the early development of the Pixel Watch started (the Exynos 9110 was still new at the time) it was based on Android 9 Pie and later switched to Android 11.

By the time the Exynos W920 hits the market — assuming Samsung is already selling to third parties — a chipset replacement could delay the development and release of Google’s Pixel Watch so much that a replacement of the core components isn’t guaranteed. This is really regrettable.

The Exynos 9110 chip was first used in the original Samsung Galaxy Watch released in Q3 2018. It also appeared on the 2019 Watch Active and Active 2, and the August 2020 Galaxy Watch 3.

Of course, the chipset isn’t everything. Like the Google Pixel 6, its Tensor processor is a chip-based on outdated technology compared to the latest Snapdragon products. Equally important is how Google optimizes the hardware. The biggest problem is that this old chip affects battery life. The battery capacity of the Google Pixel Watch is 300mAh.

The Google Pixel Watch will be officially released this fall alongside the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro.

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Google Pixel Watch Exclusive official images & firstlook

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In our previous article, we shared some information related to Google Pixel Watch with you. We once again talk about the Google Pixel Watch, the expected first device from Google in the smartwatch world, which has now appeared in a new series of interesting images.

These new rumors come days after confirmation that the Google Pixel Watch will still be waiting to debut.

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As we know, John Prosser is often the source of many interesting leaks in the tech sector and, even if the reported rumors are not always true – just think of the rumors that were later dismissed on the Apple Watch 7 flat display. Went – they should be credited: First renders of the Google Pixel Watch were shown last April, even anticipating details that Business Insider reported just days ago.

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This is the case with the bezel-less watch design as shown in the leaked images and the code name of the wearable, which will be identified as “Rohan”. Furthermore, last April, Prosser had already talked about the launch of the device in the first quarter of 2022, in which case Business Insider was also expecting a few months.

Returning to today’s topic, John Prosser has unveiled some official promotional images of the Google Pixel Watch, which he claims come from Google sources and did so in a YouTube video.

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In addition to the product name, you can see a reference to the circular and bezel-less design, as well as to the intrinsic meaning of a Pixel smartwatch, namely that of a perfect combination (in theory) between hardware and software. Speaking of software, we also talk about functions such as maps, health status, and agenda, which this device will make available at a glance.

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