Before the device’s release, Google registers a trademark for the “Pixel Watch.”

A new trademark for Pixel Watch gives the first Made by Google smartwatch, whose release is rumored to be imminent, a more precise moniker.

The most recent rumor cycle suggests that a first-party Wear OS-powered wristwatch from Google may finally be about to be released. This has been a subject of rumors for quite a few years. The item, which hasn’t yet been given an official name, has even been depicted in renderings and watch faces. Google’s smartwatch is referred to as Pixel Rohan in even the most current leaks; Rohan is the company’s internal codename.

Although it seemed nearly a given that Google will title their first Wear OS gadget the Pixel Watch, we have yet to receive any official confirmation of that until now. Google has requested that the term “Pixel Watch” be trademarked in application new paperwork with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The trademark includes (to quote Hank Hill) smartwatches and smartwatch accessories, as you might imagine.

The PIXEL WATCH trademark registration is meant to cover the following product categories: smartwatches, smartwatch cases, wearable computers that resemble smartwatches, smartwatch straps, and smartwatch bands.

Although the Pixel Watch trademark listing does not reveal any new information about the product, it is nevertheless wonderful to finally have a name for Google’s first wristwatch. It only seems sense that Google would call this the Pixel Watch as it is meant to be the de facto accessory for Pixel owners.

The Google I/O developer conference, where products like the Pixel 3a and Nest Hub Max have previously been introduced, will be the company’s next best chance to introduce hardware. The Pixel Watch has not yet been detected in listings at the FCC or the Bluetooth SIG, so there are still some regulatory hurdles in the way of its release.

What do you think of the Pixel Watch’s now-official name? Would you have given it an other name? Tell us in the comments section.
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