Google announced its new smartwatch, the Pixel Watch, during the I / O 2022 conference, but did not discuss the details of the watch in detail.
Today, 9To5 quotes Google’s report that Google Watch will use the chipset developed by Samsung in 2018. Of course, this chip is the Exynos 9110.
During his speech at the annual conference, Rick Osterlow wore a pixel watch on stage, and there are leaked photos of people wearing the same watch before it was officially announced.
All of this seems normal, but not normal, as Google uses a processor chip that is almost four years old, especially since there are many modern chipsets that are a better option than the Samsung Exynos 9110.
Do you know what all this means? That is, Google started the development process of the Pixel Watch four years ago, and only in this case can we say that the Exynos 9110 chip is the appropriate chip.
Although the American technology company can easily replace this chip, it may be less expensive or delay the release of the watch on the Google market for a longer period of time.
Will the old chip affect the performance of the pixel watch?
Currently, it is difficult to answer this question in the negative or in the affirmative, because Google’s clock can improve the program’s workflow so that the user does not feel any sluggishness or delay. View and in various applications.
The only thing to pay attention to is that the old Samsung chip will have a negative effect on battery life, however Coca tries to fix the clock work so the battery life does not bother the user.
The whole problem is how Google compares its new watch to other premium smartwatches, especially since the company claims that this watch is a “premium” watch that is sure to sell for a higher price.
It is worth noting that we are all waiting for Samsung to announce its new smartwatch in 2022.
If by 2022 all new watches come with new chips and at the same time financial cost like the Pixel Watch, the Google Watch will definitely face a tough situation to satisfy the consumers.
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