The latest rumor was 9to5Googleis that the product appears on the German Amazon listing, and that it will go on sale shortly after the event.
The market is watching that, and in recent weeks, numerous speculations, analyzes and alleged leaks have led to the advance of what may come. tilt It will cover Made By Google in real time from 11:00 AM (Brasilia time).
Moreover, the detective OnLeaks on Slashleaks Images of the ports and bracelet set available for the accessory have been released. In total, there will be five options in silicone (black, grey, white, green and silver), three in fabric (orange, green and black) and two in leather (black and green).
Settings and features
The images also indicate that the device will have 5ATM water resistance, Corning Gorilla Glass on the display, and as you’d expect, Fast Pair support for Pixel Buds (Quick Connect with Google Headphones). And of course, it will have other features typical of the class, such as step counterElectrocardiogram readings (Electrocardiogram) and emergency call.
One of the dials revealed in this leak is the “Ten Oh Nine,” with an “analog” watch and the wearer’s heart rate. Another disc features artistic landscape designs and a third option that displays weather information in words.
The “Ten Oh Nine” was a feature of the Pebble smartwatch, a company acquired by Fitbit in 2016 — which, in turn, was acquired by Google three years later. So it’s actually possible that some of your “DNA” is in the Pixel Watch.
And speaking of Fitbit, another already deleted listing on German Amazon has claimed that the Pixel Watch is coming six months later Fitbit Premium free. The product image next to the application indicates that data synchronization will be automatic.
The estimate is that the watch should be launched in the US for $349 (approximately R$1,827).
Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro
The latest rumors about the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro phones, according to PCMag, suggest that the smartphones won’t get any more expensive than their predecessors. According to the founder of Android Police, Artem Russakovskii, the Pixel 7 will cost $599 and the Pixel 7 Pro will cost $899.
According to the leaks, the changes will be more external than internal, and there will be few changes. Up to 12GB of RAM, a 6.7-inch OLED screen at 120Hz, a 50MP main camera, and a 5,000mAh battery with 30W fast charging are some of the fine-tuned configurations.
The device is believed to have 128GB and 256GB versions, and in some countries (not necessarily Brazil), 512GB of internal storage. On the back of the smartphone, the metal “strap” will be kept as in the previous version. The difference is that the cameras will have a new aperture: a pill and a point.
Another interesting rumor was released by Roland Quandt of WinFuture: It is possible that, in some countries, the Pixel Watch will come as a gift with the new one. prison cell Pixel 7 Pro.
A few months ago, at Google I/O 2022, the company launched the Pixel Buds Pro, the best noise-cancelling headphones with spatial sound. Now, there is an expectation of a new pair of headphones, also with noise cancellation, spatial audio and a battery with a larger capacity. Not much is known about the product, but the conference is expected to introduce the look of the device.
The list of major releases also comes on tablets. It is believed that at Made By Google the device can finally be shown. For now, there are a few rumors about the product: PCmag International suggests that the tablet will have a docking feature that turns it into a kind of Nest Hub (a virtual assistant solution).
The product is supposed to reach global markets next year, with a first-generation Google Tensor processor, a 10.95-inch screen, 128 GB and 256 GB internal storage, and support for Wi-Fi 6 networks. Back and pen holder. According to Kuba Wojciechowski, sensors such as GPS, barometer and accelerometer should not be available on the device.
You’ll be able to see Made by Google 2022 news in real time here at tilt, With comments from the team, starting at 11am (Brazilian time) this Thursday (6).
*With information from Tom’s Guide, PC Magazine, ShowMeTech and Engadget
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