Google has just officially dropped the name of the Pixel Watch. In addition to confirming the name of the product, this unofficially formalizes the upcoming release of the watch.
It is not uncommon that for months, a device is called by all the press in a certain way, by its code name for example, then that from its release, another name, more official, s ‘imposed. If we haven’t talked about Oppo’s Find X4 Pro for weeks, it’s the Find X5 Pro that came out for example. For the Google Pixel Watch, things look simpler.
Certainly, the future watch had its little code name, Pixel Rohan, used internally by employees of the Mountain View firm, which allowed some leaks to emerge. But everyone expected Google to take the name of its series of phones for its watch and name it the Pixel Watch.
And indeed, according to information from the very serious 9to5Google, the official name of the future Google watch has just been registered, a few weeks before its expected presentation date. It will be the… Pixel Watch. Yes, it’s not very surprising, but this is the first time that such information has been confirmed.
Specifically, the trademark filing can be found on the United States Patent and Trademark Office website.
The deposit is accompanied by a short text:
PIXEL WATCH™ trademark registration is intended to cover the following categories: smartwatches; cases adapted to contain smartwatches; computers from nature to smartwatches; smartwatch straps; smartwatch bands.
The official induction of the Pixel Watch is expected for Google I/O, the American giant’s conference scheduled for May 11 and 12.