If you were hoping for new Google hardware in 2019, you're lucky – two devices with the code names Salmon and Medaka appeared in the Android open source project and Twitter the developer Lawnchair Launcher.
The two code names were found in AOSP along with Walleye, the code name for Pixel 2. 2017 Do not think Salmon and Medaka are smartphones, note the upper part includes the phrase "chin devices." According to XDA Developers this phrase typically refers to smart watches with some sort of chin slice similar to the flat type of Moto 360. The Android Police also noticed that two reviewers in the Wear OS workbook in some capacity.
– To Kottmann (@deletescape) January 25, 2019
Adding confidence to Salmon and Medaka as smart clocks is a tweeting Lawnchair Launcher developer Till Kottmann. In tv, Kottmann argues that Medaka is "most likely" Pixel Watch rumors. He did not say what Salmon was, though it might be another version of Pixel Watch.
Finally, salmon and honey fish are two of the smaller fish around. From a thematic point of view, it would make sense to be code names for smart watches or some kind of wearing.
It's strange that a previous Pixel Watch report with three code names: Ling, Triton and Sardine. At that time, reportedly, the three devices were at the stage before mass production. That's why Google can remove all three devices.
Google itself said it had no plans to release its own clock in 2018 and remains true to its word.