Google’s Answer To Apple Watch – It May Come In 2021

Internet search giant Google is expected to launch its first smartwatch — allegedly called Pixel watch this year.
This was claimed by popular tipster Jon Prosser in a YouTube video.
According to Prosser, the entire project related to the Pixel Watch is codenamed ‘Rohan’ and “it is not that far from release.”
He also shared the first look at the upcoming device, showing that it will come sporting a round dial. He also said that Google is expected to offer up to 20 band options such as Blue, Orange, Blue and more.
He also hinted that the smartwatch may get launched in October 2021, along with the Pixel 6.
Recently, it was confirmed that Google will be launching the Pixel 5a 5G smartphone only in the US and Japan. Which means that it stands to be cancelled everywhere else.
It all started with a tweet by Presser who said that Google has cancelled the Pixel 5a due to the ongoing chip shortage crisis prevalent in the tech industry. Prosser took to Twitter to share the news. A further report by Android Central also ‘confirmed the news.
After rumours of Google completely ‘cancelling’ the Pixel 5a started swirling around, Google made a statement to 9to5Google in which it said, “Pixel 5a 5G is not cancelled. It will be available later this year in the U.S. and Japan and announced in line with when last year’s a-series phone was introduced.”

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