Source: These hues of the Google Pixel Watch will start at $349.99.

Google announced the hardware event event, where the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch will be released, a few weeks ago. Even though both gadgets have been leaking for almost a year, there are still some unanswered issues regarding availability and the cost of the Pixel Watch. We were able to offer certain price-related clarifications because of a retail source.


Google revealed the cellular model’s $399.99 price for the first time in late August. We were able to validate that price further with the help of a retail source, and we can now confirm the Bluetooth/Wi-Fi model’s starting price of $349.99.

Additionally, we are able to view each of the watch models’ various hues.

While the LTE variant is available in Black/Obsidian, Silver/Charcoal, and Gold/Hazel, the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth model is only available with a Black casing and an Obsidian band. In contrast to charcoal, which is a dark gray, and obsidian, which is just black, chalk should be an off-white tint. The first color refers to the device’s body, while the second color is the band, which Google is known to be developing a wide range of.

These costs are on the high side for the majority of well-known smartwatches. The 40mm version of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5 costs $279, and the 44mm version costs $309. The sapphire display, WearOS 3, and multi-day battery life of these watches are included. The Pixel Watch is powered by a chip from 2018, even if we don’t yet have official numbers for it, and it has a smaller battery.

Contrary to other current reports, we can highlight that the Pixel Watch’s European price is not less expensive than its US price.

It would be fascinating to see how well the Pixel Watch performs given its price given that Google has a lot of competitors in the wristwatch industry. We won’t have to wait long to finally see it in person as its release is just likely a few weeks away.

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