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(Pocket-lint) – A handy photo of the Google Pixel Watch retail box has emerged online.
Allegedly taken from a “distribution center”, it shows that the device could be available sooner than expected. It had been suggested that pre-orders would be open as soon as the Made by Google event ended on October 6, but this discovery suggests that the device will in fact go on sale immediately.
Originally posted by Reddit user @xXavi3rx and later tweeted by Ian Zelbo, the image also confirms something previously only rumored – that the Pixel Watch will come with some health tracking features. Fitbit.
Someone found a Pixel Watch at Target pic.twitter.com/QpjfhyLUBQ-
Ian Zelbo (@ianzelbo) September 26, 2022
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Other than that, there’s not much else to glean. After all, Google itself has published photos and official videos of its first home smartwatch from just about every angle.
We also learned what we think is its price in the United States.
Google would charge $350 for a Wi-Fi version of the Pixel Watch, with an LTE edition available for $400.
Color options would be Black/Obsidian, Gold/Hazelnut, and Silver/Chalk. The design will be the same regardless of the model, it is said.
Written by Rik Henderson.