The leaks about the Google Pixel Watch are endless. This time, it is the capacity of its battery that has filtered, giving us a potential idea of its future autonomy.
Will we know everything about the Pixel Watch before its probable presentation at Google I/O on May 11 and 12? Hard to say, but we’re off to a good start. Recently, for example, indiscretions gave us an idea of its future price and the sensors that the connected watch could carry.
Also, a certification with the FCC tends to think that a total of three models would be in the starting blocks. Not to mention all the other hallway noises that we have grouped together in a dedicated folder. And this time, it’s the turn of the drums to be in the media sight of the specialized press.
A source reportedly told 9to5Google the capacity of the accumulator to be expected: 300 mAh. It is difficult at first sight to get a concrete idea of its future autonomy. But the small game of comparisons with the Galaxy Watch 4 in particular could give us a first trend.
As a reminder, the Google Pixel Watch could carry a Samsung Exynos processor. The W920 is sometimes cited as the lucky winner, the same chip as the Galaxy Watch 4. The latter, equipped with a 361 mAh battery in the 44 mm version, was able to last about two days before going through the charging box , according to our test.
No more than 2 days of use?
There is also a 40 mm version this time boosted by a 247 mAh battery. According to the tests of 9to5Google, this model lasts about 24 hours. We can therefore table, with a ladle and with a minimum of precaution, around an autonomy bordering on the big day of use concerning the Pixel Watch.
Especially since Wear OS 3, the future watch operating system, is resource-intensive: for smart watch who use it, it is generally difficult to exceed the two days of autonomy. This gives an idea of what to expect with the Google Pixel Watch.
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