Google Pixel Watch 2


Experience ultimate convenience and connectivity with the Google Pixel Watch 2, a sleek smartwatch designed to seamlessly integrate with your Android device.


The Google Pixel Watch 2 is a sophisticated smartwatch that offers top-notch features and performance. It’s the perfect choice for anyone looking to upgrade their current watch or buy one for the first time, as it’s packed with powerful specs and innovative technology that makes everyday life more seamless and enjoyable.
One of the standout features of the Pixel Watch 2 is its operating system – Wear OS by Google. This user-friendly interface allows you to customize your watch with different watch faces, track fitness goals, and access notifications from your smartphone with ease. With built-in GPS and GLONASS satellite technology, the Pixel Watch 2 can accurately track your runs, rides, or walks without needing to take your phone along.
The smartwatch also boasts a sleek OLED (AMOLED) screen that offers vibrant colors and high brightness levels. The 1.2-inch screen is large enough for easy navigation but compact enough to fit comfortably on your wrist. Plus, with Gorilla Glass protection, the display is durable and resistant to scratches or cracks.
In terms of fitness tracking, the Pixel Watch 2 has a built-in heart rate monitor that tracks your beats per minute throughout the day. It also features an accelerometer, which detects motion and helps you track your steps, calories burned, and distance traveled. If you’re serious about staying active, this smartwatch will definitely help you reach your goals.
With a Li-Ion battery type and up to 24 hours of usage time, the Pixel Watch 2 ensures that you won’t run out of power during important activities. And when it does need recharging, the watch comes with USB support for quick and easy charging.
Weighing just 31 grams and measuring 41 mm in height, the Pixel Watch 2 is lightweight and comfortable to wear all day long. Plus, its 2 GB RAM ensures smooth performance without any lag or slowdowns.
For those who value connectivity, the Pixel Watch 2 supports Wi-Fi (802.11b) as well as Bluetooth version 5.0. This allows you to make and receive calls directly from your wrist, send texts and emails, stream music, and more. Additionally, NFC technology enables seamless payments using Google Pay.
Overall, the Google Pixel Watch 2 is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for a reliable and feature-packed smartwatch. Its elegant design, powerful specs, and user-friendly interface make it an essential addition to your daily routine. So why wait? Upgrade your watch today with the Google Pixel Watch 2!

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Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I pair my Google Pixel Watch 2 with my Android phone using Bluetooth connectivity?

Make sure both your Google Pixel Watch 2 and your Android phone are within Bluetooth range (around 33 feet). On your watch, swipe down from the top of the screen to reveal the quick settings menu. Tap on the Settings gear icon in the upper-right corner. Select Bluetooth & audio from the list of options. Ensure that the toggle switch next to Bluetooth is turned on. On your Android phone, open the Settings app. Tap on Connected devices followed by Connection preferences. Make sure Bluetooth is toggled on. Your watch should now appear in the list of available devices. Tap on it to initiate pairing. If prompted, enter the passcode 0000 or follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process.

How do I connect my Google Pixel Watch 2 to my Android phone using Bluetooth?

To connect your Google Pixel Watch 2 to your Android phone using Bluetooth, follow these steps:
1. Make sure both your watch and phone are charged and within close range of each other (around 30 feet). On your watch, swipe down from the top of the screen to reveal the quick settings menu. Tap on the Bluetooth icon to turn it on if it's not already enabled. On your phone, go to Settings > Connected devices > Connection preferences > Pair new device. Select "Watch" from the list of available devices. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the pairing process. You may need to enter a passcode or follow other prompts to confirm the connection. Once your watch is connected, you should see it listed as a paired device in your phone's Bluetooth settings. You can also control your watch from your phone using the Google Pixel Watch app (available for free download on the Play Store).

Do you know that you can use Google Pixel Watch 2 as a GPS Tracker?

All smart watches and sports bands equipped with GPS receivers such as Google Pixel Watch 2 can be used as a GPS tracker. It doesn't matter how you connect to the internet - direct (eSIM) or indirect via a smartphone. In both cases, you can track your wearable device online in real time. More information is available on this GPS tracking platform for smartwatches.

What features has Google Pixel Watch 2?

This device has accelerometer, barometer, blood oxygen level (spo2), compass, gyroscope, wireless charging. You might be interested in some other devices with wireless charging. If that so, you can find it here.
Google Pixel Watch 2 Wi-Fi standard is Wi-Fi 1 (802.11b) and Wi-Fi 3 (802.11g). Do you want something with wi-fi 1 (802.11b)? You can look at our offer to get what you need.

What kind of wireless communication do you need for activity tracking?

If you want to track your activity during training, you need a device that can communicate. Google Pixel Watch 2 have several types of comunication. For example Wi-Fi. The best activity truckers have Wi-Fi and you can find them here. More information about wireless communication in activity trackers can be found in our article.