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Google Pixel Watch: Exclusive leaked images seem to show Google's first smartwatch

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This story has been updated to include more information about the leaked alleged Google Pixel Watch, including an image of the potential watch next to a Samsung Galaxy Watch and an Apple Watch. The article also includes a few more details from a Reddit post that our source wrote about.

What you need to know

  • A source who sent the images to Android Central said what could be the Pixel Watch was left and found at a restaurant in the U.S.
  • The images of what could be the watch seem to match many rumors that have leaked, including the minimalist design, the crown, and a potential hidden button. 
  • It looks like the watch has proprietary Google bands. 
  • We don’t know what the charging will look like as the watch did not come with a charger. 

A Google Pixel Watch was apparently left and found at a restaurant in the U.S., and the images sent by a source to Android Central look like what could be Google’s first smartwatch. 

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