Just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be more Google Pixel Watch leaks before the full reveal on 6 October, the dam has officially broken.
In two separate leaks, most of the critical remaining details regarding Google’s debut smartwatch have been revealed, including the case finishes, band types and watch faces.
Expanding on details revealed by the seemingly-edited official Pixel Watch teaser last week, reliable industry tipster OnLeaks posted what appears to be Google’s marketing materials for the full reveal.
The drop shows off still shots of the smartwatch with four different band styles – silicone, some kind of woven nylon and what also seems to be two types of leather bands.
The colors of the silicone bands are black, grey, off-white and green, while the nylon is shown in orange, green and black. For the leather, one style is seen in black and green, while the other, while relatively hard to make out, seems to be black, grey and dark orange.
As seen in the images – and the leaked Pixel Watch ad shown below, which was the other major breach over the weekend – there are also plenty of different watch faces, too.
There’s the minimalist one spelling out the time (which we’ve actually previously seen on Fitbit watches), as well as the standard minute-and-hand and arty faces also shown.
In addition to this, but not pictured above, the marketing materials also include hints toward Pixel Watch features – ones like the Fitbit-powered health tracking, support for Google Fast Pair, ECG readings and emergency calls.
Some of these features, again, are also present in the 30-second ad, which also gives a hint at the three case finishes for the smartwatch – matte black, gold and silver.
In the disclaimer on the video, Google also appears to note that metal bands are coming over the winter, which would fit with previous reports that the Pixel Watch band collection would feature a Milanese-style band and a link bracelet.
We may get more specifics regarding that detail during the full reveal, but, really, there isn’t a great deal left to understand about the device.