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A Pixel Watch 2 certification once again disappoints with the absence of a rumored new feature

The Pixel Watch 2, expected to be unveiled alongside the Pixel 8 series in October, has received certification from Singapore’s IMDA (Infocomm Media Development Authority) website. The model number listed on the site is “G4TSL,” which was previously seen on the FCC’s documentation. This particular model is the Wi-Fi only variant of the watch, equipped with Wi-Fi (2.4GHz) and Bluetooth connectivity.

On the IMDA website, the Pixel Watch 2 was categorized as a “Low-power device.” It’s worth noting that the global 4G/LTE model, with a model number of GC3G8, was not listed by the IMDA. The U.S. 4G model, on the other hand, has a model number of GD2WG.

In terms of specifications, we expect the Pixel Watch 2 to feature a 383 x 384 resolution display and be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 SoC. This is a significant improvement over the first Pixel Watch, which used the Exynos 9110 SoC. The Snapdragon W5 Gen 1 is built using a 4nm process node and has four Cortex-A53 cores with a clock speed of 1.7GHz. The GPU has also been upgraded. Wear OS 4 is expected to be pre-installed on the device.

Based on the rumored specs, the Pixel Watch 2’s performance should outshine its predecessor. While it’s expected to have 2GB of RAM like the original model, the battery capacity is rumored to see a slight increase from 294mAh to 306mAh. The Pixel Watch 2 has already visited the FCC for certification to operate in the U.S.

It’s worth mentioning that the IMDA website did not mention the Ultra-Wideband (UWB) feature, which was rumored to be included in the Pixel Watch 2. With UWB, the watch would have been part of Google’s improved Find My Device Network. UWB technology would help users locate lost or stolen items by providing precise directions using a Google item tracker.

Overall, the Pixel Watch 2 seems to be shaping up as a promising device with upgraded specifications compared to its predecessor. We look forward to its official unveiling in October.

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