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Smart watches are the hottest thing in tech right now, and there are plenty of exciting upcoming devices. As pivotal 2022 looms, we expect all the big-name devices from the Galaxy Watch 5 and Apple Watch Series 8 to appear in the coming months. Google's first smartwatch, the Google Pixel Watch, has the potential to shake up the Android smartwatch world. Let's take a look at the most anticipated smart watch this year.
Google Pixel Watch：
After years of waiting, the Google Pixel Watch has been officially announced, coming in the fall of 2022. The first smartwatch designed and built by Google will debut in 2022, but details on what we'll get are still a bit sparse. Google revealed that the Pixel Watch is made of recycled stainless steel, which should give it a premium feel, and has a quick-release strap for easy customization. Fitbit will power the fitness tracking element of the smartwatch, offering step and activity tracking, 24/7 heart rate and minute metrics for active zones.
Wear OS 3.0 will offer apps, improved Google Wallet payments and the company's voice assistant -- along with new SOS features.
There will also be a cellular version, and the Pixel Watch will run on an "improved" version of Wear 3.0 with an improved UI. The smartwatch will be released "this fall" alongside the Pixel 7 smartphone, so we'll have to wait until then for more details.