Google has shared a sneak peek at its Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 smartphones, two of the latest additions to its growing portfolio of Pixel devices that now includes the all-new Pixel Buds Pro and more budget-oriented Pixel 6a smartphone ($449). As hinted by previous rumors, Google’s new smartwatch will be powered by Wear OS and feature a circular, domed design, as well as a tactile crown for navigation and customizable bands. Renders and videos shared by Google today can also confirm the design of the company’s next-generation Pixel phones, whose seventh iteration will once again be powered by the company’s first-party Tensor processor. The Pixel Watch, Pixel 7, and Pixel 7 Pro are slated for release this fall alongside a new Android tablet.
Building on our ambient computing vision, we’re focused on how Pixel devices can be even more helpful to you — now and in the future. Today, we gave a preview of our new Google Pixel Watch — the first watch we’ve built inside and out. It has a bold circular, domed design, a tactile crown, recycled stainless steel and customizable bands that easily attach. With this watch, you’ll get the new Wear OS by Google experience and Fitbit’s industry-leading health and fitness tools — right on your wrist. Google Pixel Watch is a natural extension of the Pixel family, providing help whenever and wherever you need it. It will be available this fall, and we’ll share more details in the coming months.
We also previewed our Pixel 7 phones, coming this fall. Our next version of Google Tensor will power these devices, which are built for those who want the latest technology and fastest performance.