Taglines For "Help By Google" And "Health By Fitbit" Are Leaked In A Pixel Watch Ad; Metal Bands Are Coming Later

Pixel Watch Ad Reveals ‘Help by Google’ & ‘Health By Fitbit’ Taglines

In addition to the 7 and 7 Pro, an advertisement for the Google Pixel Watch was discovered today, providing a glimpse at the capabilities that Google intends to highlight in the company’s first Wear OS 3 wearable device. It begins with a side shot, which provides an excellent glimpse at how thick the Pixel Watch is.

This image was shared by SnoopyTech on Twitter. After this, there are some photos of the rotating crown and the bezel with the display turned on. This is followed by a comparison to a similar pan in the design video. The “sleek design” is the first tentpole, and there are “3 finishes” to choose from. This is said to be a matte black, silver, and gold color scheme.

Taglines For Help By Google And Health By Fitbit Are Leaked In A Pixel Watch Ad; Metal Bands Are Coming Later

The disclaimer mentions that there will be metal bands performing this winter. It was earlier revealed by 9to5Google that a Milanese band and a link bracelet are currently being worked on. When we talk about bands, we get a better look at one of the leather straps, which should be joined at the launch by Active and Woven.

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The “Track Heart Rate” section of the Fitbit app or experience comes up next, along with a graph, and we then receive a notification that you have met your “Active Zone Minutes” objective. It is normal for cellular smartwatches to behave in the manner described by the caveat that “Google Pixel Watch and associated phone must use the same carrier network.” “Get directions” displays Maps for Wear OS.

“Check out” refers to Google Wallet, while “Hey Google” and other Assistant commands can be used to operate your smart home and allow you to take calls from your wrist.

The ending tagline of this leaked Pixel Watch ad is “Help by Google” and “Health by Fitbit.”

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