Sneak peek: Pixel Watch 2's impressive health and safety capabilities
Delhi : A recent leak confirms earlier claims that the Pixel Watch 2 will have a capability for measuring skin temperature. Improved stress tracking, heart rate monitoring, the capacity to recognize seven workouts, and pace tracking could all be features of Google's upcoming smartwatch. Similar to Pixel phones, the Pixel Watch 2 might possibly provide a Safety Check option.
According to a recent leak, the Google Pixel Watch 2 is going to be a fantastic smartwatch with a focus on health and fitness tracking as well as safety features. The Pixel Watch 2's new functions are allegedly detailed in official Google docs that were obtained by trustworthy leaker Kamila Wojciechowska. It appears that the Pixel Watch 2 will improve upon the original's flaws and include some additional sensors because the leak also includes a marketing film that demonstrates the smartwatch's increased capabilities.
The leaked video supports the prior rumors that the next Pixel Watch would have a skin temperature sensor. However, it's possible that the feature isn't accessible in all nations, most likely because of regulatory variations. A new cEDA (continuous electrodermal activity) stress tracking sensor, purportedly driven by Fitbit's stress management system, may also be included in the wearable device. Therefore, if the watch detects that you're stressed, it will inquire into how you're feeling and offer relaxation advice.
Additionally, it appears that the multi-path heart rate sensor from Fitbit will enable the Pixel Watch 2 to detect heart rates more accurately. In particular when exercising, this sensor is anticipated to be more precise than the one on the current Pixel Watch.
The upcoming Pixel Watch is also expected to recognize seven workouts, including cycling and running. Additionally, there is a pace-tracking tool that should be helpful for bikers and runners, allowing them to monitor their pace and make sure they are on course.
If true, the Safety Check feature will be another appreciated addition to the Pixel Watch 2. Users will be able to quickly and easily check their safety settings and, in an emergency, share their location with reliable contacts. The leak supports earlier speculations that the Android smartwatch will have a 24-hour battery life when the Always-on Display feature was enabled. According to the leak, it takes roughly 75 minutes to fully charge the Pixel Watch 2 for a day of use, although overall battery life is reported to be comparable to the Pixel Watch.
The Pixel Watch 2 is anticipated to maintain the original model's svelte appearance despite all of these added features, which should please followers of the Pixel Watch's minimalist look. To accommodate the new sensors, the Pixel Watch 2 is anticipated to sport an all-aluminum casing with a somewhat redesigned rear. Four colors should be offered: Bay, Obsidian, Hazel, and Porcelain. In addition, unlike the first-generation model, Google is apparently expanding the list of nations where the Pixel Watch 2 will be sold to include India.