Pixel Watch 2 to be powered by Snapdragon chipset, Gboard new shortcut

The Pixel smartphone maker is now working on the Pixel Watch 2 alongside the new smartphones Pixel 8 and 8 Pro. Now, according to the information, the Pixel Watch 2 specifications, including the processor, battery, and health sensor upgrades are now tipped by a reliable source 9To5Google.

The Pixel Watch 2 smartwatch is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset from the latest “W5” generation.

we were expecting the 5nm W920 used in the Galaxy Watch 4 and 5. Another possibility was the rumored W980, expected to show up in Galaxy Watch 6. The Pixel Watch is only one of Google’s product lines, so it would be premature to speculate how a change in wearables impacts foundry decisions on the phone side, with Tensor featuring much more customization.

The company also improves the battery life. Google is seeing over a day of usage with the always-on display (AOD) enabled. The current version of the watch offers a day of battery life and this new Pixel Watch 2 can last at least 2 days.
go two days without charging if settings are adjusted to conserve battery, which can be useful when traveling.

Apart from the smartwatch, Google is improving one of the features of its Gboard keyboard and precisely the toolbar. You can customize Gboard shortcuts to the benefit of ease of use.

The all-new version of the Gboard includes all the shortcuts that are placed in a rounded rectangular space and in a tighter grid. According to the information the new Gboard shortcut bar redesign was already spotted by some users, but it is now widely available in the 13.0 beta version of the app.

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