The leaked images of the upcoming Pixel Watch 2 reveal that it will support Fitbit Sense 2’s “Body responses” feature, which can detect when a user is feeling stressed. Unlike the current Pixel Watch, the Pixel Watch 2 will come equipped with an electrodermal activity (EDA) sensor, which measures sweat levels on the skin to determine stress levels along with heart rate variability, skin temperature, and other metrics. The Body responses screen on the Pixel Watch 2 presents a different interface compared to the Fitbit Sense 2, featuring emoji face icons indicating the user’s emotional state throughout the day. Additionally, the leaked image also suggests a redesign of the workout screens, providing users with clear indications if their heart rate is on target during exercise.
The Pixel Watch 2’s new features and design changes have generated anticipation among tech enthusiasts, who will not have to wait long to experience them firsthand. The Made by Google event is scheduled for Wednesday, October 4th, at 10AM ET in New York City, where Google is expected to unveil the Pixel Watch 2. The event will showcase the watch’s capabilities, as well as other announcements from Google. The Verge will be present at the event to report on all the details and developments.
In summary, the leaked images of the Pixel Watch 2 reveal its support for Fitbit Sense 2’s stress-detection feature and the inclusion of an EDA sensor. The watch’s Body responses screen presents a distinct interface with emoji face icons indicating emotional states throughout the day, and a redesigned workout screen provides users with real-time feedback on their heart rate during exercise. The highly anticipated Pixel Watch 2 is set to be unveiled at the upcoming Made by Google event, where further details and features will be showcased. The Verge will be covering the event to provide comprehensive coverage of all the announcements made by Google.