Google Pixel Watch 2’s rumored upgrades could fix its predecessor’s biggest weakness

Here at Tom’s Guide, we thought Google got a lot of things right with its first smartwatch. We’re excited to see what the company has planned for the next Google Pixel Watch, which is rumored to launch alongside the Pixel 8 series sometime later this year, especially now that a new leak has shed light on the watch’s key specs, including an upgraded processor and battery life. 

The Pixel Watch 2 will get a new, more efficient processor, improved battery life and ultra-wideband support, according to the latest from reliable Google leaker Kamila Wojciechowska at Android Authority. Corroborating a previous rumor, Wojciechowska said Google plans to drop the original Pixel Watch’s 10–nanometer Samsung Exynos 9110 (which was somewhat dated even when the smartwatch first launched in 2022) for the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 chip. This is Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon chip for wearables that uses a 4nm node, and it packs four Cortex-A53 cores (compared to the Exynos chip’s two) clocked at 1.7GHz.

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