According to a report, the Google Pixel Watch battery will last up to a day on a single charge, though these figures may not be exact when the smartwatch is released later this year. Google unveiled the Pixel Watch at this year’s Google I/O. The wearable is shaped like a domed circle with rounded edges. The Pixel Watch is available in a variety of colours and includes a variety of fitness tracking features. The Google Pixel Watch comes with Wear OS pre-installed.
According to 9to5google, the Google Pixel Watch has a battery capacity of about 300mAh and can last up to a day on a single charge, citing sources. This estimate is based on pre-release testing, and it could change once Google makes the watch available for purchase this fall.
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We were able to get about a day and a half of use out of the Apple Watch 7 on a single charge with heart rate monitoring enabled throughout the day, always-on display mode enabled, and SpO2 tracking enabled by default. The battery lasted about two days with the always-on display turned off. Similarly, we were able to get about a day and a half of battery life out of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic during our review.
There was no information available on the conditions under which the Pixel Watch was tested, such as Always-On Display (AOD) on and sleep tracking, according to the report. Furthermore, the magnetic to USB Type-C cable on the Pixel Watch, according to the report, does not provide “particularly fast charging.” It is estimated that a full charge will take more than 110 minutes.