The Pixel Watch has been the subject of leaks over the past few days, but now we can see the Google-made band and multiple images of the wearable being worn on a wrist.
These 20mm silicone Pixel Watch bands, which are probably made by Google, have the unique connector that u/tagtech414 describes described as being somewhat difficult to attach the first time but incredibly secure with a button in each slot that locks everything in.
First impressions are as follows once the full Pixel Watch has been put together and is ready to be worn, which is rather a perfect depiction of how this Redditor was unable to just use any old band owing to non-default connection:
In particular, this watch is the most comfortable I’ve ever worn. In contrast to what the specs would suggest, it feels significantly thinner. When compared to my Galaxy Watch, this seems to be completely absent. Another major bonus is that, unlike other watches, the crown does not irritate my hand’s back when I bend my wrist back or type.
The Pixel Watch’s elevated position has benefits, notably for the bottle cap-shaped crown. When observing the 40mm watch directly in these images, the 14mm thickness is not very noticeable. The total weight of the device is 36g, and the visible screen without the bezel is reportedly 30mm.
The depth is more obvious off the wrist, particularly in the third short below. The bottom sensor stack, silver shell, and screen layer—which we highlighted had resemblance to the Fitbit Charge 5 and Luxe—can all be readily seen.
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