This is what the Pixel Watch looks like on the wrist


Recently, it seems that someone at Google was apparently “careless” enough to leave the Pixel Watch at a restaurant where a plethora of photos were promptly snapped. Now the person who leaked the photos is back with more images, this time of the watch being worn on the wrist.

According to the post, it describes what the initial impression of the watch was like and their initial experience using it.

“20mm width. Kind of a pain to attach the first time, but I imagine it would be easier after I know how to properly attach them. They are extremely secure and don’t feel like they will easily release. Most importantly, this is the most comfortable watch I’ve ever worn. It feels much thinner than the measurements would lead you to believe. Compared to my Galaxy Watch this feels like it’s not even there. And, big plus, the crown does NOT poke into the back of my hand when bending my wrist back or typing, which is something that drives me nuts on other watches. The band is a soft silicone with good flex and doesn’t seem to show fingerprints/oil too badly which is great. Now that it’s all together I can say in my opinion this is without a doubt a gorgeous and comfortable watch which I’d have no problem wearing for long periods of time and even at night for sleep tracking. Well done Google, well done! (please don’t sue me)”

Image credit – u/tagtech414

We have to say it’s a bit odd that unlike the time the iPhone 4 got left at a bar and police were involved, Google appears, at least publicly, to be rather chill about the whole thing, so we can’t say for sure if this is a PR stunt or if it was leaked on purpose as some kind of elaborate tease.

In any case, we expect that more details about the device will be unveiled at Google I/O 2022 which is taking place next month, so be sure to check back with us then for more updates.

Source: Reddit

Tyler Lee
A graphic novelist wannabe. Amateur chef. Mechanical keyboard enthusiast. Writer of tech with over a decade of experience. Juggles between using a Mac and Windows PC, switches between iOS and Android, believes in the best of both worlds.

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