Google I / O is only a few weeks away
Android fans have been dreaming of the idea of a Google-made Pixel Watch year after year now, and although many of these rumors have gone up, this year it looks more and more likely that it will actually happen – could we actually be about to Meet the best Android smartwatch yet? Recent evidence has certainly suggested that carriers may be preparing for the wearables’ impending arrival, and now the latest leak from Evan Blass is spraying a little extra fuel on the fire.
Blass does not give us much to go after here, to share a tweet referring to the Pixel Rohan codenameand including a screenshot from some kind of training system mentioning the watch running Wear OS 3.1.
Rohan is a name we’ve been hearing for a while now, and most recently appeared in the operator database last month, which led us to believe that the launch of the Pixel Watch could be just around the corner. Although Blass does not provide anything concrete to help limit it, he adds his support to the idea that we may soon see the hardware.
There is at least one eyebrow-lifting detail at this leak, and that is the presence of Wear OS 3.1 – as 9to5Google notes, we would probably expect to see 3.2 there, so there is the potential that the source of this leak is dependent on some extent on older and potentially obsolete information. Whether we should draw broader conclusions from it is currently unclear, and it may not be something to worry about at all.
Google I / O 2022 is just over three weeks away. If the stars finally agree, and this is the year that the Pixel Watch gets its long-awaited debut, it would definitely be a great platform to launch this new hardware. We are keeping an eye out for further leaks as we get even closer to May.
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