Someone left a prototype of the Google Pixel Watch at a restaurant | Engadget

In 2010, Apple software engineer Gray Powell left one in a bar in Redwood City, California. In an era where almost every single device leaks before it is officially announced, images of a new iPhone popping up online seem peculiar. But at the time, it was a big deal, and the incident even came to pass. Now, more than a decade later, images of another highly anticipated device have come online in almost the same way.

A leaked image showing the side of the Pixel Watch.

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Saturday night, Android Central images of Google’s long-rumored Pixel Watch. The store says it got the photos you see in this post from someone who found the smartwatch at a restaurant in the United States. The images confirm that the Pixel Watch will have a circular face with minimal screen frames. If you look closely, you can see that the strap of the portable device attaches directly to its case with a locking mechanism that looks proprietary to Google and is reminiscent of the design that Fitbit uses on its Versa and Sense smartwatches (the Google company in 2021).

The watch has a single button next to the crown and what looks like a microphone or altimeter port. You can see an optical heart rate sensor on the back of the device. Unfortunately, the watch would not go beyond its home screen, so there are no pictures of it running.

A leaked image showing the underside of the Pixel Watch showing the laptop's optical heart rate sensor.

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According to a report leaked by Jon Prosser, Google will announce the Pixel Watch on May 26th. The company recently filed for. Visit Android Central to see more pictures of the leaked device.

An image of the top of the Pixel Watch showing the laptop's almost borderless screen.

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