Google Pixel Watch price leak suggests that Google is not trying to match the apple watch.
Google Pixel Watch Price Leak Suggests That Google Is Not Trying To Match the Apple Watch
If you are one of the many people who are hoping that the pixel watch would be the Wear OS that would finally b equivalent to the apple watch 8, then you will need to rethink as a new price leak is now suggesting something different. This is so as the wearable by Google looks set to undercut the flagship wearable by apple and it also does not even come close to the price of the apple watch ultra.
Leaked Google Pixel Watch Price
As per reports by Roland Quandt who is a leaker with a really excellent track record, the Wi-Fi version of the pixel watch will be costing £339 in the United Kingdom. And while it may not be cheap, it is however rather less than the $399 /£419 / AU$629 starting price of the apple watch 8 or the $449.99 / £429 / AU$799.99 starting price on the other hand for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 pro.
The price range however is still more than the $279.99 / £269 / AU$499 Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 or the $249 /£259 /AU$399 apple watch SE 2. That being said, it suggests that Google is not putting the pixel watch as a budget device ad not also as a top-tier flagship either.
Early Price Leaks Painted a Similar Picture
Early price leaks in regards to the wearable painted a similar picture, with the Wi-Fi version of the device said to cost $349.99 in the united states which could likewise see the device sit between the apple watch SE 2 and the apple watch 8, or even the Samsung galaxy watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.
Google Will Be Unveiling the Pixel Watch Fully On October 6
All this could, however, prove a price point that’s problematic as it may be deemed too expensive for those users who do not wish to spend big but on the other hand, lacking all the high-end specs and features that would convince the big senders from other alternative devices. That being said, we will soon find out as Google will be unveiling the pixel watch fully on October 6 alongside the Pixel 7.