According to new leaks, the Google Pixel Watch will be launched in May.

Front Page Tech’s Jon Prosser tweeted (see below) that the Pixel Watch has been set for May 26th as the release date, according to his sources.

Prosser is a productive treat and first shared details about the existence of the Pixel Watch and design via his YouTube channel over a year ago.

And his renders were validated months later when leaked images published by Business Insider corroborated his original claims.

However, things have gone quiet since the last rumors in December.

The May 26 release date makes sense around Google I/O – the company’s developer conference taking place around this time of year. I/O 2021 was on May 18th last year, so it all seems to line up nicely.

Pixel Watch rumors

If you haven’t been following the Pixel Watch rumors since 2014 (and for your sanity, we hope you haven’t), here’s a quick recap:

Google has long been rumored to be making its own smartwatch to showcase Wear OS in its purest form, just as it did with Nexus and then Pixel smartphones.

The announcement of Wear OS 3.0 reinforced those rumours, and it now seems like the Pixel Watch will be launched when the updated smartwatch OS rolls out beyond the Galaxy Watch 4.

It should go in the right direction Fossil generation 6, Skagen Gen 6 and TicWatch Pro 3 and TicWatch E3 Models already on sale with Wear OS 2.0.

But the Pixel Watch features we’ll see are still a mystery. It’s natural to expect a full rundown of Wear OS 3.0 features, such as: B. Fitbit-based activity tracking.

Regardless, Wear OS 3.0 seems to be a big hit for Wear OS, with renewed apps of better quality thanks to the developers putting their support behind the platform.

Now Wear OS needs a flagship smartwatch to woo Android users – and the Pixel Watch could be it.

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