The Pixel Watch’s manageable battery life is the only real complaint. The 24 hours are difficult to manage without an always-on display and even with moderate usage. The rather out-of-date hardware has already been optimized extensively by Google, but there is still work to be done.
Every second, the Pixel Watch can already measure your heart rate. In the past, this probably only gave the battery a few hours of life. However, Google has now purchased additional support so that the subsequent Pixel Watch models can shine with longer battery life and perform more tasks simultaneously in the background.
Firm from Finland known for its light software
A European company called KoruLab has been developing extremely light software for smartwatches. One of KoruLab’s most important key points is energy efficiency, and their software is extremely efficient. They rely on open, contemporary standards to accomplish this.
Google acquired KoruLab to enhance the battery life of its smartwatch software in certain areas. This could be beneficial to Wear OS as a whole. However, KoruLab has also created software for automobiles and other IoT devices.
In collaboration with Samsung, Wear OS 3 has already undergone significant optimizations
In 2021, Google had already partnered with Samsung to take advantage of Tizen’s many benefits. Before, Wear OS didn’t always have the best structure. Despite having an outdated processor, the new software works well with the first Pixel Watch. In everyday use, everything operates quickly. This will undoubtedly get better in the future.