Google’s smartwatch, the much-anticipated first timepiece from the Mountain View behemoth. Perhaps the clearest indication of this is the fact that we are still waiting for the formal premiere.
According to 9to5Google, the Mountain View-based corporation has applied to register a trademark with the same name in the United States. According to the website of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), it has filed a patent application and will be known as the Google Pixel Watch.
As a result, it’s almost a foregone conclusion that Google’s first WearOS-based product will be dubbed Pixel Watch. There’s still no word about the debut. However, the latest speculations revive the possibility of a presentation at Google I/O, which will take place on May 11. As a result, in just over two weeks, we will be able to see this smartwatch that has been talked about for years. We’ll have to wait and see.
PIXEL WATCH™ trademark registration is intended to cover the categories of smartwatches; cases adapted for holding smartwatches; wearable computers in the nature of smartwatches; smartwatch straps; smartwatch bands.
Will the Pixel Watch be able to outperform Samsung’s smartwatch?
Only a few brands, notably Google’s own Pixel smartphones, provide Google’s stock Android to phones. With Android 12, though, a lot has changed. The Material You style, whose effect we saw in the custom skin, has been included by Google.
For companies that only create smartwatches, Google’s WearOS has proven to be effective. Samsung also included it in its Tizen-enabled Galaxy Watches last year. With the Pixel watch, you’ll receive a unique experience similar to stock Android, and it may become your first choice.