Google Pixel Watch 3 with UWB Support Spotted on FCC

Google Pixel Watch 3 with UWB Support Spotted on FCC

Google launched the Pixel Watch 2 back in October last year, and the Pixel Watch 3 is slated for release on August 13th.

Recently, the upcoming Google watch has appeared on the FCC listing, revealing critical details about the product.

Two Different Models

Unlike its predecessors, the Pixel Watch 3 series will feature two distinct models – the Pixel Watch 3 and the Pixel Watch 3 XL.

FCC Listing Details

The FCC listing unveils four model numbers: GBDU9, GGE4J, GG3HH, and GRY0E. These might correspond to the 41mm and 45mm versions of the Watch 3. Specifically, the GBDU9 and GRY0E models will support LTE and UWB connectivity, along with Bluetooth, NFC, and dual-band Wi-Fi. The other two variants will offer UWB, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and NFC, but lack LTE connectivity. All four models are expected to come with GPS support.

OnLeaks previously shared renders of the Watch 3, showcasing a design similar to its predecessor. The Watch 3 will feature the same circular bezel-less display with a rotating crown on the side. It is anticipated to sport a 1.2-inch AMOLED display, identical to the previous model. The watch will likely be available in Black with a matching strap, though additional color options may also be available.

Slight Design Changes

According to earlier leaks, the Watch 3 will be marginally thicker than the Pixel Watch 2. The battery capacity is expected to be 307 mAh, a slight increase from the 304 mAh capacity of the Pixel Watch 2.

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