Google Pixel Watch 2 to Get Major Battery Life Boost
In an exciting development for smartwatch enthusiasts, sources speaking to 9to5Google have revealed that the upcoming Pixel Watch 2 is expected to address one of the major concerns that plagued its predecessor – battery life. The highly anticipated sequel is rumored to ditch Samsung’s aging Exynos 9110 processor in favor of one of Qualcomm’s newer Snapdragon W5 models. This transition is expected to significantly improve the smartwatch’s longevity, allowing it to last over a day even with the always-on display enabled.
While the battery size itself may not see a significant increase, the optimization brought about by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon W5 chip is likely to make a notable difference. The Pixel Watch 2’s improved power management will offer users a more enduring and reliable smartwatch experience, eliminating the need for frequent charging that was required with the previous model.