The future of wearable tech is on the horizon, but the latest Android Wear smartwatch may not be ready until 2017 at the earliest.
The Google Pixel XL is a slim, affordable Android Wear watch that offers a lot of bang for the buck.
While the device’s price tag is steep, the Pixel XL offers the most advanced Android Wear software around, and the watch itself offers a slew of new features that make it an ideal companion for Android Wear.
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The first thing you’ll notice about the Pixel is its size.
It measures in at 0.35 inches wide and 0.45 inches tall, which makes it a bit smaller than a typical smartwatch, but bigger than the likes of the LG Watch Sport and the Samsung Gear Live.
The Pixel XL sports a 1.5mm diameter bezel that sits above the bezel on both sides of the device.
This allows for easy access to notifications, widgets, and more without having to remove the watch to get to them.
Inside, the watch features a standard Android Wear app, with the Pixel being the first to support Google Assistant.
This means you can ask questions, perform quick actions, and perform various other tasks, like opening a notification, changing a battery level, or checking the time.
You’ll also notice that the Pixel’s display has a large pixel at the top, which is the main display.
This is because it is used to show notifications and other information when you’re using the Pixel, which also helps the watch display notifications on the display, rather than the screen itself.
Google has said that the Google watch will be a bit different from the standard Android watch, but its not clear yet how it will work.
It’s expected that you’ll be able to see notifications from Google apps on the Pixel watch, or you’ll get a full-screen app experience.
The company has also said that it plans to offer a more streamlined experience on Android Wear apps.
The Pixel XL will be available in three colors: white, black, and blue.
The Google Watch will be released in October 2017.