Google’s first smartwatch — tentatively called the Pixel Watch — has reportedly surfaced on a US-based carrier’s inventory database, usually a clear sign that the wearable might hit the shelves soon. While hardware specifications and fitness capabilities have so far remained a mystery, the device is rumored to offer some level of Fitbit integration and software aesthetics that fall in line with the Material You design language introduced with Android 12.

The Google app’s code recently dropped some breadcrumbs as well. Google’s smartwatch is said to offer a more fleshed-out version of Google Assistant with some exclusive features in tow, a la Pixel phones, standing out from other Wear OS-based smartwatches offered by brands like Fossil. The virtual assistant might also get a speed boost, as rumors suggest that Google Assistant on the smartwatch will rely on on-device processing to respond and accomplish tasks at a quicker pace.

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As per a report from Android Police, the Pixel Watch has been listed on the database of an unnamed US carrier’s inventory system. The smartwatch popped up under the codename “rohan” and will be sold in at least three color options — black, gray, and gold. Alleged product renders of Google’s smartwatch that emerged a few months ago showcased the device in a bunch of bright colors, such as orange and sky blue, which thematically aligns with the design language of Google’s latest Pixel 6 series phones. The report also adds that the Pixel Watch will also be up for grabs as a variant with cellular connectivity, following in the footsteps of the Apple Watch and Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup.

A Market Debut Seems Imminent Now

Google Pixel Watch concept render

There is still no word on the innards, or the other features of Google’s first smartwatch. In terms of the design, the Pixel Watch is rumored to come with a round steel casing and a glass display that slopes along the periphery. Early rumors claimed that Google will put a custom silicon inside the smartwatch, akin to the Google Pixel 6 and its Tensor chip. However, some leakers have also pointed towards a Samsung-made Exynos processor. Qualcomm recently launched its latest smartwatch chip, but given the Pixel Watch’s development trajectory, it is unlikely to employ’s Qualcomm’s new wearable SoC.

The mention of Pixel Watch on a carrier’s inventory database is a sign that the device is inching closer to an official market release. Per Jon Prosser, the Pixel Watch will reportedly make its debut in the Spring, or possibly in the month of May. For example, rumors have suggested that the Pixel Watch will make its debut alongside the Pixel 6a mid-ranger at this year’s Google I/O conference. It will be interesting to see if Google can make its watch stand out in terms of hardware, especially when the likes of the Galaxy Watch 4 offers advanced capabilities including electrocardiogram measurements and blood pressure monitoring, among other tricks.