Google Pixel Watch appears to be approaching its launch. A new render of this upcoming smartwatch has been shared by a tipster, who previously believed it to be named Rohan. The Pixel Watch was also spotted on a Google partner website. It was recently tipped to be unveiled during the upcoming Google I/O 2022 event, which will be held next month.
The Pixel Watch, directed by reputed techist Evan Blass, is expected to feature a bezel-less design, a physical crown, and a Fitbit integration. However, this design does not reveal any other feature of this upcoming smartwatch; even the straps are absent. This is not the case for a cellular version, but it could include a 32GB storage capacity. This is not the first time Google has officially released the design or specification details of this widely anticipated smartwatch.
Blass announced in an earlier tweet that the ''Pixel Rohan'' was listed on a partner site, and the listing implied that the ''Pixel Rohan'' would run on Wear OS 3.1. He also suggested that this Google-branded smartwatch would be released soon. The entire event will be limited to the livestream, but enthusiasts may watch the entire event for free. You can visit the official Google I/O 2022 website for a virtual pass to the event.