August 12, 2022

Source: The Pixel Watch 2018 chip runs similar to the Galaxy Watch

Wednesday, Google Officially confirmed It makes a pixel watch, but the preview provided was less than the definitive specification because there are still a few months to go. 9to5Google I have now learned that the Pixel Watch will be powered by the Exynos chip that has been introduced with the Samsung Galaxy Watch since 2018.

According to a source, Google uses the Pixel Watch Exynos 9110There was a Samsung chip First published In August 2018.

Late last year, we announced that the Pixel Watch Mostly uses A Samsung chipset. Many thought that Google would upgrade to the now-announced Exynos W920 Galaxy Watch 4. This would have given the Pixel Watch the latest performance and performance benefit associated with the 5 nanometer chip and the Corex-A55 cores.

Instead, the Exynos 9110 is built with two Cortex-A53 cores in 10nm operation. Like this Snapdragon Wear 4100+, Although the Qualcomm chip is 12nm, it is less efficient. With the introduction of the W920, Samsung Slandered “CPU performance is about 20 percent and graphics performance is ten times better than its predecessors.”

Since the Pixel Watch project was launched some time ago, Google mostly uses the old chip. Early upgrades to the Pixel Watch began when the 9110 was new, based on the Android 9 bag before it was switched to Android 11.

By the time the Exynos W920 became available – assuming Samsung was already selling to third parties – replacing the chipsets might have delayed the development of the Pixel Watch and started too much to guarantee a key component change. As we know it today, there is nothing to say that it will happen.

Nevertheless, it is a shame that this long-awaited pixel device has not used the full latest specifications after so long. The Exynos 9110 was originally used on the original Samsung Galaxy WatchIt was released in Q3 2018. It is also seen in 2019 See active And Active2As well as the Galaxy Watch 3 From August 2020. Due to Tizen, no battery or performance comparisons can be made.

Of course, the chipset is not everything. To that end, we can even look at Google’s own Pixel 6 based on its Tensor processor on the technically outdated chip, compared to the latest Snapdragon offerings. How Google improves hardware is equally important. The big question is how this old chip affects battery life. We mentioned earlier that the Pixel Watch will be a 300mAh battery.

In comparison, the Fossil General 6 is said to have the same size battery and chipset (albeit at 12nm) and is officially available in 24 hours. What we found. That too in Wear OS 2, which is less efficient on battery. Another consideration is how Google is Somewhat indirectly Snapdragon 4100+ is not enough to run Wear OS 3. In particular, Google stated that – in some limited cases – the user experience of the 4100+ watches on Wear OS 2 would be “affected” after the upgrade. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

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The Pixel Watch will be introduced with the Pixel 7 and 7 Pro this fall. Prior to that Samsung was expected to release its second generation Wear OS device, and there have already been rumors that there will be. Large battery, It was a critique compared to the Tizen wearables that came before. For those who like the absolute latest and best specifications, the “Galaxy Watch 5” is the best buy, which can be detrimental to the Pixel Watch. Google’s software additions, like the Pixel phones, can provide significant counterparts, and the Pixel Watch excels in health and fitness due to its fit.

Ben Skoon and Kyle Bradshaw contributed to this post

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