With the latest software update, the Google Pixel Watch has finally been updated to Wear OS 4. The new software brings, among other things, new apps and improved battery life The update can now be downloaded and installed with distribution in waves.
In early October 2023, Google introduced the Pixel 8 series and Pixel Watch 2 as part of the “Made by Google” keynote. The latter has been launched recently and comes with Wear OS 4 working with the former. Now last year’s first Pixel Watch is also getting the update neue Wear OS version. The smartwatch originally launched with Wear OS 3.5, but there haven’t been any major software updates since then. However, when the watch was launched, Google promised a three-year update guarantee.
Wear OS 4: What’s new?
With Wear OS 4, the Pixel Watch is occasionally expanded to include some new apps. Among the new additions are Google’s own apps Gmail and Calendar. You can use the calendar to view events occurring in the next 30 days Reminders can also be set so that important appointments are not forgotten. New emergency and safety functions are also coming to the smartwatch. Show media such as notifications Images and GIFs Now directly.
Google Pixel Watch 2
With the Pixel Watch 2, Google has already launched the successor to the Pixel Watch. The watch is currently available as a WiFi version 399 Euros (Buy Here) will be achieved
Long runtime and improved performance
The new update will be for one And battery life How much Wear OS 4 actually affects runtime remains to be seen. We recently reported that a new update significantly increased loading times. The performance of the watch should also be better than before.
The last major innovation concern Backup function The house. Google has integrated a new way to back up smartwatch data and transfer it to a new Pixel device more easily No more need to reset the watch to factory settings before changing your smartphone. Also, settings and data from an old Pixel Watch can be transferred to a new model.
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