Google will unveil its latest flagship smartphones, the Pixel 4 lineup at its upcoming “Made By Google” event which is scheduled for the 15th of October. At the same event, the company will also lift covers from the long-awaited Pixel Watch and a new notebook claims a report published by Asia Nikkei.
Last year, there were rumours that Google would introduce its first smartwatch, but that clearly did not happen as such a device was nowhere to be found at 2018 Made by Google event. Following the event, a report surfaced that stated Google is not satisfied with WearOS, therefore, the launch of the alleged Pixel Watch did not take place.
Earlier this year, the company spent $40 million to acquire an intellectual property from Fossil which is referred to as “innovative” smartwatch. At that time, a Fossil executive said that the intellectual property bought by Google is “based on something out of our timeline, it’s new to the market technology and we think it’s a product that has features and benefits that aren’t in the category today.”…
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