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Huge leak of Google Pixel Watch specs gives away the goods
- Various Google Pixel Watch specs just dropped.
- The watch could allegedly have a secondary CPU, similar to the Snapdragon Wear 4100 Plus.
- Elsewhere, it could have 32GB of storage and more than 1.5GB of RAM.
Late last week, we heard that the upcoming Pixel Watch could have a years-old CPU in the Exynos 9110. This was, understandably, not the greatest news for those interested in the first wearable with a Google logo.
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However, today we have a drop of multiple leaks related to Google Pixel Watch specs. While giving away quite a few alleged details of the watch, the leak also clarifies what’s going on with that processor.
First, a second source has told 9to5Google that the Pixel Watch could have the Exynos 9110 under the hood. However, this new source also suggests there could be a secondary processor on board. Theoretically, this smaller, less-powerful processor could perform remedial tasks to save the main processor from hogging the battery.
This would be similar to how the Snapdragon Wear 4100 Plus operates. However, that is all speculation. If the Exynos 9110 does have a secondary processor, only Google knows what it would be used for.
Other leaked Google Pixel Watch specs
Outside of the CPU, the new 9to5Google leak has some more information. Allegedly, the Pixel Watch could have 32GB of internal storage. For a smartwatch, that’s a lot. The only reason we can think of having that much storage would be for downloading music files. This might mean sideloading music or downloading it from Spotify, YouTube Music, etc.
Elsewhere, this new source suggests a very interesting bit of Google Pixel Watch specs. Apparently, the wearable could have more RAM than we’ve ever seen on a Wear OS watch. The Galaxy Watch 4 has 1.5GB of RAM, so it’s possible the Pixel Watch could have 2GB or more. If this ends up being true it would be good news, as it would help keep Wear OS snappy.
Finally, the source suggests the Pixel Watch has the same sensors on the bottom as we see on the Fitbit Charge 5. Theoretically, this could mean the Pixel Watch might have all the health-tracking features of the Charge 5. However, the source would only contend that heart rate tracking, SpO2 tracking, and ECG readings could be included.