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That's why the Google Pixel smart watch failed



Google's Pixel Smartwatch was very close to the real thing. As detailed in a report by Business Insider interviewing six former employees, Google hardware company head Rick Osterloch dropped the ax just before the Pixel original phone was unveiled in 2016. The main reason for this the sudden change in the plans of an employee who worked on the project is that "they don't look like what belongs to the Pixel family."

Google is preparing for its first major attempt to build a gadget ecosystem, and a former employee said the company fears that the watches may "… take down the name of Google's hardware brand." Also, a former employee said that the synchronization process between the Pixel phone and these watches was "not working so well." [1

9659003] But these problems were not really bad enough to prevent Google watches from running, according to the report. Rather, Google has decided not to release its own name on LG-made smart watches. The huge LG Watch Sport with self-contained 4G LTE support and the slimmer, cheaper LG Watch Style released just a few months later in 2017. Both devices were the first to feature Google Android Wear 2.0 software and the faster Snapdragon processor 2100 on Qualcomm. [19659004] No watches impressed us when they released, and the report states IDC data that they and all other Wear OS smart watches released after did not much to stimulate the growth of Tizen's Apple Watch and Samsung watches. Wear OS watches represent six percent of the smart watch market, period.

Google has once again dispelled rumors about the Pixel clock in 2018, but there is still hope that Google will cost $ 40 million to acquire Fossil technology in a new, leading watch one day. Based on a new leak that may come in the form of a hybrid smart watch (codenamed "Diana") which, according to a report by Wareable mixes digital and analog technologies. But there is no indication that any watch will be announced on October 15 at Google's hardware event along with Pixel 4, and sources at Business Insider say it is not expected to happen.

Several manufacturers have stopped making Wear OS over the years, some notable Wear OS applications have disappeared and Google has not released many new software features lately. However, Fossil and Ticwatch continue to make watches on Wear OS, and they are surprisingly decent.


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