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Google Pixel Watch 2 may get a new band color and fast-charging 

More and more Pixel Watch 2 leaks.

First look at the Google Pixel Watch 2

Google has confirmed a lot about its upcoming second-generation Android smartwatch, the Google Pixel Watch 2, with its teaser videos. And now, another report has popped up, revealing Pixel Watch 2 colors, band options, and charging speed. 

The new leak is the courtesy of the folks over at Droid-Life. According to their report, Google will offer the Pixel Watch in three different color options, like the original Pixel Watch — Black, Gold, and Silver.

And the Watch 2 will also support both Bluetooth/Wi-Fi and LTE models, again, like the first-generation model.

New band colors for Pixel Watch 2 

However, the Pixel Watch 2 colors are not the most interesting part, rather it’s the bands. The older case and band combinations will also be available this year — Silver/White, Gold/Hazel, and Black/Obsidian. 

In addition, a new Pixel band was spotted in the “Bay” color, paired with the Silver case. 

According to Droid-Life, the “Bay” color could be Green or Brown. However, we should point out that the Blue case for the Pixel Fold was also called “Bay.”

The listed White color is also called “Porcelain,” and it was shown in all of Google’s teasers. 

Behold the Google Pixel Watch 2
Source: Made By Google

Although “Bay” has been spotted a few times, it won’t be the only new color. According to Droid-Life, Google is also bringing a new sports band, which will likely debut with the Watch 2 and will be available in a “Coral” color. 

Pixel Watch 2 fast charging 

Lastly, Google is reportedly adding a new USB-C fast-charging cable to the Watch 2. While the original Pixel Watch also featured a USB-C cable, it maxed out at 5W. 

The report indicates that with the Pixel Watch 2, the charging rate will be considerably faster, but we don’t know how much faster yet.

However, we don’t have to wait too long for the information. The Google Pixel Watch 2 debuts on October 4 with Wear OS 4 alongside the Pixel 8 series.

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Saurav loves writing and tech. So, after engineering, he didn't look back and embarked on a journey to become a tech writer. Saurav has worked for various tech websites across the globe. Saurav has recently joined Know Techie and is proud to be a part of it.

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