Google makes its Pixel Watch models in one size, unlike Apple and Samsung, which make smartwatches in different sizes. Both the first Pixel Watch and the Pixel Watch 2 come in a size of 41mm in diameter. But the Pixel Watch 3 will also reportedly have a 45mm variant. The update comes after a report in January said the next Google Pixel Watch would come in two sizes.

According to a report from 9to5Google, the Google Pixel Watch 3 will finally offer a larger size variant in addition to the expected traditional 41mm model. Citing sources, the report claims that the new variant will be 45mm in size, resulting in a much larger watch case. While both models are likely to get the same features, the larger watch may get a bigger battery.

Pixel Watch users have long been clamoring for a larger model, as the single 41mm variant sits quite small on wider wrists. Google’s rivals, Apple and Samsung, already offer their smartwatches in different sizes. The Apple Watch Series 9 comes in 41mm and 45mm sizes, while the Galaxy Watch 6 comes in 40mm and 44mm sizes.

The 9To5Google report also claims that Google is working on the Pixel Buds Pro 2 headphones. The successor to the Pixel Buds Pro, first launched in the Indian market in 2022, does not yet have an official name or release schedule, but it is being reported , that the headset has been in development for some time.

No further details are yet available on the Pixel Watch 3 and Pixel Buds Pro 2. Back in November of last year, a patent filing suggested that the next-generation Pixel Watch could feature a buttonless design featuring sensors that detect gestures.

Google Pixel Watch 2 debuts in India in October 2023. The watch is powered by Qualcomm 5100 SoC and features a 3D curved always-on display. The Pixel Watch 2 comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of built-in storage and runs Wear OS 4.0 out of the box.

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