New Pixel Watch 2 chipset will hopefully bring better battery life

After years of speculation, Google launched its first wearable, the Google Pixel Watch, last year alongside the Google Pixel 7 Series. The Pixel Watch had a stunning first entry for Google. The battery life was slightly questionable, but all things considered, it was a success, and it looks like the company doesn’t want to end its streak as the company is reportedly working on a second generation, the Pixel Watch 2. It will likely launch alongside the Pixel 8 Series.  Image: Google Google Pixel 2 Chipset and battery  According to 9to5Google, the company is switching chipsets from Exynos to Qualcomm’s latest W5 generation Snapdragon chipset. However, the W5 generation consists of two chipsets: Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1, used on the latest TicWatch Pro 5, and the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1, which comes without a co-processor. We are not sure which one Google will be using on the Pixel Watch 2. Image: Qualcomm The 4nm chipset includes four A53 cores clocked at 1.7GHz along with an Adreno 702 GPU. This configuration performs better than the Exynos 9110 found in the current Pixel Watch, making the switch a substantial improvement for Google. However, the biggest impact of this change will be on the battery life. Reportedly, the Pixel Watch 2 will have a significantly improved battery life.  Google will probably add a bigger battery, slightly larger than what we have today. This upgrade is substantial, and Google is reportedly focusing on enhancing the watch’s performance with an always-on display feature enabled. Image:…New Pixel Watch 2 chipset will hopefully bring better battery life

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