The Google Pixel Watch combines Fitbit health tracking and Google's Wear operating system.
The product's uniqueness, according to Google, comes from a mix of "Google's ecosystem and Fitbit expertise."
It's constructed of recycled stainless steel and includes proprietary bands that can be swapped out
It'll operate on Wear OS 3, which has been "enhanced" to have a "refreshed UI" with improved navigation and smart notifications
The watch is only compatible with Android handsets and is 4G-capable, meaning it can work independently of a phone - but only with its own data plan.
The Pixel Watch features 50 metres of water resistance, GPS, and a 4G LTE variant as an option.
The wearable will be a "luxury product" when it releases in the autumn, according to the tech giant.
However, depending on size and LTE versions, it might cost between $200 and $350.
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