Google is not only revealing the Pixel 8/Pixel 8 Pro, but they are also teasing us with a glimpse of the upcoming Pixel Watch 2 before its official launch on October 4th. In the clip they shared, we can see that the watch will feature the same round face design as its predecessor. However, the key differences lie in the addition of a crown and the rearrangement of sensors on the back of the device. There have been rumors that the Pixel Watch 2 might incorporate sensors from the Fitbit Sense 2. Furthermore, it is expected that the watch will be powered by the Snapdragon W5/W5+ chip, which is set to be released in the middle of 2022, replacing the previous use of the Exynos 9110 chip.
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[TLDR: Google is teasing the release of the Pixel Watch 2, showcasing its familiar round face design with a new crown and rearranged sensors. Rumors suggest the use of Fitbit Sense 2 sensors and an upgrade to the Snapdragon W5/W5+ chip.]