Pixel Watch 2 may switch processor manufacturers

After using an Exynos processor in the first generation Pixel Watch, Google may now switch to Snapdragon in the sequel. This is stated by the publication 9to5Google, which now claims to have been in contact with sources who leaked the information.

It has not been said exactly which one will be used, either the Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 or the updated Snapdragon W5+ Gen 1. Regardless of which, however, there will be a big difference in both performance and battery life, not least as these are based on 4nm technology while the first generation’s The Pixel Watch uses an Exynos 9110 based on 10nm.

Previously, it was speculated that the Pixel Watch 2 would use the same processor as the Galaxy Watch 4 and 5.5nm-based W920 or possibly the yet-to-be-announced W980, but now it seems that Google has chosen yet another path.

It is also said that the new processor in combination with new functions in Wear OS 4 should be able to give the watch more than twice as long battery life compared to the first Pixel Watch.

The Google Pixel Watch 2 is expected to be unveiled at the same time as the Google Pixel 8 phone later this year.

Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.

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