The anticipated Google Pixel Watch 2 is poised to exhibit enhanced efficiency and performance, attributed to the incorporation of ultra-wideband (UWB) support.
Before the official unveiling of the Google Pixel Watch 2, a multitude of leaked reports are indicative of the incorporation of novel features, upgrades, and advancements in both software and hardware technology within the watch.
The forthcoming timepiece will be powered by the more efficient 4nm Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Plus chip. This innovative chip is anticipated to extend the watch’s operational lifespan to over a day, a significant improvement from its preceding 15-hour battery life.
In addition to these developments, Google is also considering the integration of UWB technology into the watch, which would be a pioneering step for Android smartwatches.
Notably, Apple’s AirTags and AirPods Pro, as well as Samsung’s Galaxy tags and Buds2 Pro, have previously featured UWB technology. This incorporation would enable Google’s Pixel Watch 2 to be conveniently located using the Find My Device network and facilitate car unlocking through the watch.