Google Pixel Watch was unveiled last month at I/O 2022 as the company’s first wearable product and will be available in the United States starting this fall. Ahead of its formal release, a new report claims the wearable would feature many configurable, interchangeable wristbands that can be attached effortlessly.
According to reports, Google is working on at least seven bands for the Pixel Watch, including the one seen at the launch event. According to reports, the company is preparing Milanese bands with steel mesh and link bracelets.
Google Pixel Watch with different band options
In addition, the company was able to supply various leathers, fabrics and stretchable bands. Some bands may be similar to the bands available for the Apple Watch.
According to 9to5Google, Google will sell at least seven bands for the upcoming Google Pixel Watch. A Milanese style band, link bracelet, silicone bands, two types of leather bands, and cheap fabric and stretch bands are all in the works.
Google Pixel Watch – Leaked launch prices
The high-end Milanese-style band is expected to be available in silver, black and gold color variants, with textured stainless steel and a magnetic clasp similar to what’s available on the Apple Watch. The link bracelet, on the other hand, is said to be a solid metal band seen on Rolex and Omega wearables. However, the price range of these tires is still unclear. According to the source, Apple costs $349 (about Rs. 27,200) for link bands, while Fossil charges about $50. (about Rs. 3,900).
Google would also provide two different styles of leather bands with the Google Pixel Watch. Fabric and stretchy bands can be introduced as low-cost alternatives. If the most recent rumors are true, the Google Pixel Watch will feature band variations similar to the Apple Watch.
As a reminder, Google unveiled the Pixel Watch at I/O 2022 without disclosing the price. It is powered by the most recent version of Wear OS and has a round screen with minimal bezels and curved glass protection.
The smartwatch is made of stainless steel and is compatible with Fitbit. Google Assistant, Google Maps and Google Wallet are all supported by the wearable. It can be used as a remote control for compatible smart home devices via the Wear OS Home app.