The band is 20mm wide and was quite difficult to put on, but once everything was in place the band felt “extremely secure” and didn’t look like it would come loose easily.
tagtech414 claims that it’s the “most comfortable watch I’ve ever worn” and that it feels thinner than it is. They go so far as to say that “it feels like it’s not there”. Because the watch has a very rounded and raised back, it doesn’t make too much contact with the wrist, and that’s apparently why the crown doesn’t dig into the back of the hand when you flex your wrist or type, which is a common complaint about clocks.
The Pixel Watch prototype is blank
There’s still no word on the software experience as the watch is now dead and when it was first found it didn’t go past the home screen.
It’s a given that the Pixel Watch will run Google and Samsung’s co-developed Wear OS 3, and will likely borrow some features from Fitbit. The watch is said to be powered by a Samsung-made processor that will be paired with up to 32GB of storage. Google might unveil it alongside a new phone next month.