Since around two to three years ago, rumours have been going around regarding the possibility of a Google Pixel Watch. The unfortunate truth is that nothing has materialised in the actual world as of yet. If and when it happens, we fervently hope that it will have a design that is conceptually similar to what you see here.
It was created by a designer by the name of James Tsai, who really ought to submit his resume to Google. In order to come up with a beautiful design, he dedicated four weeks to ideation and research, as well as 3D modelling and reference checking. It reveals a watch that is really sleek and fashionable, and it would put a lot of other smartwatches on the market to shame.
He envisions a small, lightweight gadget that is round and has curves in just the correct locations. The display of the watch would be matte glass in a colour that matched the colour of the wristband and would have a diameter of 40 millimetres. This would make it possible to display images and animations without any difficulty, which would bring Google Assistant to life.
Milk White, Sweet Papaya, and Boba Black are the three diverse colour possibilities that the designer imagines.
Sadly, a significant portion of this is nothing more than wishful thinking. A fully-featured smartwatch of this size and thickness will not have much room for a battery of a size that is considered to be acceptable. Because of this, its functioning might have to be strictly regulated. However, with the progress that has been made in screen and battery technology over the past few years, it may not be impossible in the not too distant future.
In spite of this, the photos have reignited our excitement about the prospect of Google eventually releasing a Pixel Watch. Although the rumours are not as prevalent as they were in 2019 and 2018, it is possible that the corporation is gradually getting ready to join the market for wearables.
At the tail end of the previous year, it made the acquisition of Fossil’s smartwatch technology. Then there is, of course, the $2.1 billion Fitbit transaction that was just announced. This is still subject to regulatory permission, but once it is granted, Google will have a wealth of experience in the field of wearable technology under its wing.
Also, let’s not ignore that earlier in the month it was claimed that the search engine had apparently engaged Samsung to build and produce a chip that could be used to monitor bodily motions. This is something that we should not forget. This information has not been confirmed officially by Google, but if it is accurate, it is a strong clue that the corporation may be working on a wearable device in the near future.
One of the most conspicuous things missing from Google’s array of technological products right now is a wristwatch. We are keeping our fingers crossed that in the not-too-distant future, we will notice anything coming to light.