Google may soon launch its much-awaited Pixel Watch and now a new report states that three models of this smartwatch have received approval from the Bluetooth ‘Special Interest Group’ (SIG).
According to a report by GSArena, the new models titled ‘GWT9R’, ‘GBZ4S’ and ‘GQF4C’ have been labeled as ‘BT wearable design-controller subsystem’ for Google.
“While it is possible that these models represent different variants of the same device, it is unclear whether the differences are related to connectivity features such as size, regional availability or support for cellular data,” the report said.
Now with Bluetooth approval, the next regulatory stop may be the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), where each watch model gets its own catalog that reveals the differences.
Reports have surfaced recently, stating that the tech giant has applied for a trademark for its ‘Pixel Watch’.
The most likely opportunity for Google to unveil the hardware is next month at the Google I/O developer event, which has previously been the site of launches like the Pixel 3a and Nest Hub Max.