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- A reliable liqueur has shared a screenshot showing proof of Google Pixel Watch.
- Interestingly, the watch – if it exists – is in an older version of the Wear OS
- We believe we will need more substantial proof before it is really on the way.
However, even we cannot ignore when a very reliable liqueur shares evidence of the so-called Google Pixel Watch. Today, Evan Blass tweeted a screenshot that does just that. The evidence is quite subtle and vague, but it will probably be enough to light a fire for the pixel watch optimists.
You can see the proof of the watch below:
It is not clear what this screenshot is. You see a broken JPG called “Google Pixel Rohan”, where “Rohan” is the long-awaited codename for Google Pixel Watch. Next to this you will see another reference to “Rohan” and a drop-down menu in Wear OS 3.1 reference.
Interestingly, Wear OS 3.1 is not the latest version of the wearable operating system. Wear OS 3.2 launched as a developer preview in February and is already available in the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series.
As we have said, this is not hard evidence that we really need to think that the Pixel Watch is coming soon – or even exists. However, adding piles is another thing. Will Google finally make an announcement on Google I / O in May? Let’s keep our fingers crossed!