The Analogue Bold watch face is about that classic analogue charm with a twist of boldness! Unlike Arc, it has a filled hour hand and big, bold numerals, no matter which configuration you choose. For customisation you get a couple of variants to play around with. First, you can decide how many complication slots you want to see on your watch face - anywhere from zero to four. Then, there's the option to display the current date, you can also configure the dashes around the clock and choose whether the numbers should be rounded.
We've got a glimpse of some watch faces but let's hope it’s just the tip of the iceberg! Ohh did we tell you, you can also expect some dynamic theming action? Just like Material You, it means your smartwatch is gonna look stylish with personalised themes to match your taste and mood.
A couple of other leaks indicate Google might be waving goodbye to the Exynos processor and embracing the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 series. Now we are not sure if it would be the standard Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 SoC or the Snapdragon W5 Plus Gen 1. Both of these are built on a 4nm architecture and boast four A53 cores clocked at 1.7GHz. Most importantly this swap could open up a possibility for significantly improved battery life.
In terms of fitness tracking, it appears that the Pixel Watch 2 will continue to benefit from the integration of Fitbit's toolkit and companion app. In a previous update in June, the Pixel Watch gained the capability to track blood oxygen levels, which is expected to carry over to the upcoming Pixel Watch 2. Moreover, the Pixel Watch 2 might just have a way to detect your stress levels too. A Google blog post showcased how Fitbit Sense 2 utilises a machine learning algorithm to track stress in real-time, recognizing specific indicators. And you betcha, the Pixel Watch 2 could rock a similar feature.
According to a report from Tomsguide, Google is making a change in the frame material. It could possibly mean goodbye to stainless steel and hello to lightweight aluminium! Aluminium is not only cheaper but also way lighter compared to stainless steel. So the Pixel Watch 2's weight could drop from 1.26 ounces. Keep stuffing for more info on Google’s next-gen wearable.