The Google Pixel Watch 2 comes with the latest features, including a long battery and a high CPU. Although the $349.99 Pixel Watch 2 may not appear to be all that different from the exterior, things are rather different inside. A number of improvements are included in the second-generation wristwatch, including a new CPU, a redesigned sensor array, more safety features, heart rate zone training, and Wear OS 4. Oh, and the battery lasts for 24 hours, this time with the display always on.
Google Pixel Watch 2 Specifications
|Model||G4TSL, GC3G8, GD2WG|
|OS||Android Wear OS 4|
|Colors||Polished Silver, Matte Black, and champagne gold|
|Launched Date||2023, October 4|
|Dimensions||41 x 41 x 12.3 mm (1.61 x 1.61 x 0.48 in)|
|Weight||31 g (1.09 oz)|
|Protection||Glass front (Gorilla Glass 5)|
|50m/5ATM water-resistant (IP68)|
|Display||1.2 inches, AMOLED, 1000 nits (peak), 450 x 450 pixels (~320 ppi density), Always-on display|
|GPS||GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, QZSS|
|Bluetooth||5.0, A2DP, LE|
|WIFI||Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n|
|Sensors||Heart Rate Sensor|
|Skin Conductance Sensor|
|Ultra Wideband (UWB) support|
|Skin Temperature Sensor|
|SpO2 Sensor (Oxygen Saturation)|
|Battery||Li-Ion 306 mAh, non-removable|
|Charging||Wireless (Qi), 80% in 45 minutes (advertised)|
Another issue is that the first Pixel Watch wasn’t very adept at automatically tracking your exercises. But things are improving with the release of the second-generation watch. Now, it will automatically begin and end logging sessions for seven different sports, including outdoor cycling and running. Additionally, the workout screen has been updated to display more helpful information and make it easier to read.
Also available will be verbal and haptic feedback for those who want to train their heart rate zones. Four customized heart rate zones will be available to you, and Fitbit even said that you can alter your maximum heart rate.
Google’s Pixel Watch 2 now has a fun new feature called Safety Check. Consider yourself in an Uber, and you want to ensure your safe return home. You can use this function to set a timer for when you should return home. The watch will inquire about your well-being if time passes without you responding that everything is fine. If you don’t reply, it will automatically send the individuals you’ve designated as emergency contacts to your current location.
The very cool thing about this is that it doesn’t even require an exclusive cell phone plan (LTE plan) to function. Safety Signal, a feature developed by Google, enables the watch to perform this function without a phone connection.
According to what we can deduce from the evidence at hand, Google appears to be aware of the problems the first Pixel Watch encountered. They appear to be making an effort to deal with those issues. We are unsure, though, if these advancements will be sufficient to worry Samsung, a rival. We must extensively test the Pixel Watch 2 and observe how it functions in actual circumstances in order to fully appreciate its capabilities.