We know that Google’s Pixel Watch is on its way to arriving soon, and recently we’ve seen several leaks regarding the smartwatch, most recently about a week ago we learned that the watch will arrive with Samsung’s Exynos 9110 processor.
Today, it appears that a new source corroborates the above information, as it is clear that the Pixel Watch will indeed use the Exynos 9110 processor, but it will also have a co-processor. This is reminiscent of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear 4100+ processor which has a main CPU plus a lower-powered coprocessor that powers the display and some sensors.
This leads to better battery life since the main CPU is only used when you are actively interacting with your device, and it also unloads some of the lighter workflows from the said main CPU so that it performs better when you need it.
The Pixel Watch is also said to exceed the Galaxy Watch4’s 1.5GB of RAM. On top of that, you’ll get 32GB of storage, double the capacity of any Wear OS device available now.
The sensors on the back of the watch clearly match the array of sensors used in the Fitbit Luxe and Fitbit Charge 5. The device in question supports heart rate monitoring, SpO2 (blood oxygen) and ECG.