Pixel Watch 3 Battery Details Exposed

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Google is preparing to launch its next smartwatch, which will be the successor to the Pixel Watch 2. Certifications have surfaced online suggesting we may not be far away from the launch of Pixel Watch 3. Moreover, the latest report reveals the battery capacity of the upcoming smartwatch. Let’s check out the latest news regarding the upcoming Pixel Watch below.

Pixel Watch 3 Battery Details Exposed

The news comes from 91Mobiles who spotted the smartwatch on the Dekra and Safety Korea websites. Apart from the battery capacity, it does not reveal any other details. Based on the information available on these websites, the smartwatch has a battery of model G1QME. Moreover, it has a capacity of  307mAh.

Pixel Watch 3 Battery Details Exposed

For a comparison, the Pixel Watch 2 features a 304mAh battery hence there seems to be not much improvement in the battery segment.

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Pixel Watch 3 Battery Details Exposed

The original Pixel Wach 1 had a 294mAh battery, and then there was a good jump to 304mAh with the Watch 2. However, it seems like the jump from Pixel Watch 2 to Watch 3 will be small, at least in the battery department.

Pixel Watch 3: We expect a lot from Google!

Talking about the Pixel Watch 3, we are expecting Google to launch two different sizes. There should be 41 mm and 45 mm size options. This could be a significant highlight considering the previous watch was available in only one size. It will be interesting to see what new features the watch gets. I am expecting Google to introduce some more AI-focused features with the Pixel Watch 3. With Google’s Gemini model emerging, the tech giant can make smartwatches even smarter.

Moreover, I hope to see Google making the display look modern with less prominent bezels. The current Pixel Watch 2 has thick bezels which does not look good at all. Google should also launch the next watch in more color options so that more customers have a variety to choose from.

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