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7 Reviews for Google Pixel LTE

  1. Marvin

    Looks pretty and it’s from Google. So far working great.

  2. LuckyLucy

    I’ve used several watches since the first Motorola with WearOS1. It’s hard to believe that Google would finally make their own Pixel watch and it’ll be so bad.Where do I start from?1) Sizes, ooops, size. While almost all other smartwatches come in 40-41mm (ladies) and 44-45mm, even 49mm (men), this Pixel watch came only small. If you are an average male who goes to the gym, you won’t put this thing on your wrist.2) Battery that doesn’t last 8h no a watch that tries to sell you a Fitbit subscription for sleep analysis. If google is throwing in that 6m free subscription hoping they can provide software updates to make the watch last the night, well, that’s a bad marketing move.3) Yet another proprietary charger. The industry is doing well forcing USB-C for other devices but it must stop the Googles of the world from coming up with something that’s like Qi but it’s not. The battery charges fast but it’s unpredictable as some days it dies after 5-6 hours (take off the charger at 7am, dead during lunch break). And once the battery dies you can’t charge it on anything that anyone else has brought to the office – apple, Qi, Nomad, and even Samsung chargers work across all kinds of devices but NOT the Pixel Watch. Hey, even Apple figured out that much when it comes to their Apple Watch!4) You can’t use Google for Work profiles for anything on the Pixel Watch. Funny how your company could be a Microsoft shop, you’d use Outlook email for work on M365, install the Outlook watch face on your WearOS watch (even back years ago on WearOS 2) and have your agenda at a glance on your wrist. If you are in Google’s ecosystem for both @gmail personal account and @company email via Google for Work, you can only see Calendar events on the Pixel Watch complications from your @gmail personal account. That’s a deal breaker for anyone, like me, who wants to use the Pixel Watch at Work with Google’s own Cloud for work account!5) Watch might not work with every LTE provider in Canada! Google Support is the most useless one from any vendor I’ve worked with. It took them several weeks to conclude that they actually had published this https://support.google.com/googlepixelwatch/answer/12652073#networkinfo and no, the Pixel Watch doesn’t work on Rogers, nor does it work on Freedom or any other smaller sub-brand. You must move your phone plan to either Bell or Telus. Really???? I recall using Apple Watch 5 (that’s 3 generations back) on Rogers and it worked just fine all those years ago!6) That bolted-on Fitbit! I had purchased and configured so many apps in the past to sync HealthMate, Samsung Health, MyFitnessPall, etc. to Google Fit and now Google is not even installing their own Fit app on the Pixel Watch?!?!? And that Fitbit app doesn’t seem to pull that data from all the years I’ve been storing it in Fit! But if you install Fit, you can’t map the buttons to start a workout. Supposedly the Fitbit app tracks something quietly and invisibly but how do you know that? My old Samsung Watch4 would start Samsung Health automatically and it’ll show me what it tracks. It’ll stop it after a workout automatically and also show me what it recorded.7) Bands… yes, all those bands that you’ve collected with your previous watches. You can’t use them. It’s another money grab by Google and you must purchase their bands now.The list of what’s wrong with this watch is longer than the space provided for reviews here, that’s how bad it is!With all the things that Google sends to the graveyard, this should be next and now. While Google is refunding Stadia owners, they might as well refund Pixel Watch owners right now and stop the agony.

  3. Jesse Maurais

    I cannot compare this to competing products but I can say, as someone new to wearables, that I am not regretting this purchase. I mainly wanted 2 things out of this.1) A convenient extension of my Pixel phone2) Basic fitness metricsThis product checks both those boxes. And this watch doesn’t look bad on my wrist either. Anything beyond that I’m taking as a bonus. Compass app? Nice. Flashlight? Cool. Didn’t think I needed those but I’m glad they come at no extra charge. Now, I’m talking about the bluetooth edition because for the extra money I really don’t see what advantage I would have with LTE. I’m also using the just free tier of Fitbit. You get plenty of info with that for no extra charge. And it looks like Google Fit has some support for this device too. (A few additional tiles for heart points and such.) The battery life is fine. I’ve turned off the “always on” display to extend battery life. This means I have to tap the watch to see the time. This gives me about a day and half to 2 days of life before a recharge. That seems to be the best trade off as you need to touch the screen anyway to do anything other than look at the time. My one complaint is that it does not sync with my phone enough. For example, my ‘Do not disturb’ setting should sync. But I’m hoping that software updates fix these issues.

  4. Andrew S

    A beautifully designed watch with all the Google features baked right in. The Google integration with a pixel phone is really perfect. There are 2 things holding this back form being a perfect phone for me hence the 4 star review. These are the battery life and the size of the watch. I’m a big guy and 41mm is just too small on my wrist. Despite this I still wear the watch because it is that good. The other poor attribute is the battery life. It’s not good and I barely get 18 hours in a day. I do not have the always on display turned on either. If the pixel watch 2 solves these issues I will definitely be upgrading

  5. J. Lutz

    I will avoid the facts that this watch is outdated at launch by its hardware (processor). That, coupled with retail and even discounted price also are out of step with the competition. These two big gripes aside. The watch is good and likely the best choice going into 2023 for pure Android Wear OS users (not looking at Apple or Tizen overlay users.)Its not perfect and Pixel users will benefit the most when paired to this watch. Its lost most of the lag recent watches from other Wear OS brands. Has all the sensors the majority of buyers could want based on watch tech right now. It swipes, it plays well with the apps made for it. It gives you the info you ask of it. There are even a few nice 3rd part accessories now to avoid Google Gouging for proprietary bands. And there are few quirks I hope they iron out soon. Mainly, when the phone is in Bedtime Mode. Make the watch do it too, or add that Zen Mode feature to the watch also. It sucks to have animals tripping the security cameras outside dinging on my wrist and killing my sleep score. The snooze/do not disturb button on watch fails too easily and you have turn it on/off manually everytime.As many claim, the battery sucks. Sort of. I can go up to 36+ hours on a slow day, and many others can too. It will depend on too many factors to list. But basically your popularity with notifications and thinking you need the screen always on are the biggest battery hurdles. Most can get use to touch to wake. And maybe only having text, phone, front door doorbell and one email be allowed to bother your watch with notifications. Do you really need to know what cousin Billy had at Dairy Queen when he posts the same pic/vid on Facebook, Instagram, Tic Toc and YouTube, etc. Find a nice balance of wrist information along with what sensors you need checking if you are still alive. You can start the day and track everything till the next morning when you charge it again while you shower and get the next day started. It charges quickly. And most other Wear OS watches have the same daily charge requirements. Nobody on Wear OS is winning on battery. Or Turn every setting all the way up and have a spare charger puck ready for a mid day juice. If you go that route. I suggest a quick release band to ease the removal of the watch.So, its not up to the level or price of the Ultra Apple Watch. And if you don’t care for Samsung. Your love for stock Android will eventually lead you back to this watch. Unless you forgo ECG sensors. The price will drop soon. Cases are minimizing the fragility of an ALL glass jelly bean design. But when comes to keeping your phone pocketed and yet still have info relayed in a useful way. Pixel Watch is the best current albeit not perfect solution for now.

  6. Andrew

    Waited years for this to come out and I am let down. My smart watch from 2015 is the same as this.I have this paired to a google pixel 6 pro.Battery is awful… 24 hrs… yea that is a lie. By the end day (from 8AM-6PM) I am at 15% battery with only mild to moderate use (notifications and sending a few texts; no workouts, GPS or anything too intensive)Very glitchy!Sometimes the mic doesn’t activate for messaging and you have to restart the watch. When it does work it take 3-5 seconds for the mic to activate to respond to a message. Also when you click the notification from messenger to open your newly received text message, sometimes it takes up to 20-30 seconds for the message to load, or you have close the notification and manually go into your texts to see the message.I am not an Apple fan but compared to my wife’s apple watch 7, this is the dollar store version of it.Google must have had their B team designing this thing.Yes its a first generation smart watch from Google, but its 2022 and google took YEARS designing this thing. It should have been perfect but it is clearly a failure that they pushed out to the public anyway.And yes you have to spend another $35 to get a charger block…

  7. Evan H.

    The polished silver stainless steel case and chalk active band make for a stylish and modern design that looks great on my wrist.The watch offers Fitbit activity tracking, which is great for monitoring my daily fitness and wellness goals. The heart rate tracking feature is also a nice touch, providing accurate and real-time monitoring of my heart rate during exercise or daily activities.The watch connects seamlessly to WiFi, providing access to a range of apps and features that are easy to navigate and use. The watch also works well with Google Assistant, making it easy to get answers to my questions and control my connected devices without needing to take my phone out of my pocket.The battery life is impressive, lasting a full day with moderate use, and the quick charging feature means that I can get a full charge in a short amount of time. The watch is also water-resistant, making it suitable for use during water-based activities.Overall, I would highly recommend the Google Pixel Watch to anyone looking for a high-quality and versatile smartwatch that offers a range of features and functions. The Fitbit activity tracking, heart rate tracking, WiFi connectivity, and Google Assistant integration make it an ideal choice for anyone looking to stay connected and on top of their fitness and wellness goals.

  8. Andrew S

    This is the best integration for pixel phone as you might expect. Fitbit integration fantastic. Display is vivid and gorgeous. Love the BT speaker phone on your watch.I love everything about this watch except one huge issue…. Battery life. It’s horrid. Barely get one day. That is not acceptable. I had to turn features off and cripple the watch to get a day.Google needs to fix this with whatever software update. I really hate that I have to worry about battery life in a single day. Forget tracking your sleep because by the time you wake up you’re either out of battery or close to it. So then you can’t wear your watch for the next day until your charge it!!??I can’t recommend this watch until this is improved. By a Garmin.

  9. James

    I am frankly stunned by how awful this thing is.For starters the battery life doesn’t even last a day. You can have this thing at full charge when you wake up in the morning, not turn on the screen once, and it’ll go down to sub-40 percent by the time you go to bed.Further, it is absolutely worthless as a fitness tracker. As I am writing this, it is currently 4am, right. I have been doing nothing but sitting at my computer and typing away for the past four hours and this thing thinks I have burn 870 calories in that time. I am not kidding. Like, listen, I am definitely overweight- but I’m not THAT overweight.And, good god, the bloated design. All I wanted was a digital watch that tracks my physical activity and gives me phone notifications. But Google thought it would be a good idea to have this thing do and be everything just sort of being a combination chainsaw clothes iron. It is so horrifically over-engineered that it does everything it does in as inefficient a way as possible. Want to check your resting heart rate? Too bad. You’ve got to open a subsection of an app completely independent from the watch’s operating system, and that app shows you absolutely everything except what you want to see. Instead of just giving you a simple two digit number, they give you a range, a microscopic graph and a bunch of factoids you didn’t ask for.And right at the bottom, there’s a prompt to open the corresponding app on your phone for more info- namingly the info you actually want. Everything conceivable facet of this device is like that.This thing is so overburdened with useless garbage. This thing has text message and email app for god’s sake. Like, no, idiot, I am not going to type out an entire email on a touchscreen the size of my thumb. This thing is supposed to be a watch- not replacement for my phone that doesn’t function without a phone.And the interface! One egregious oversight this thing has is that it has two buttons and a dial, but you can only change what the double tap does on only one of buttons. Everything else is 100% fixed. The other button is a “Recent apps list” which is the dumbest thing, because *it’s a watch*! It shouldn’t have “apps” to begin with! How much garbage could you possibly load onto this thing that that becomes a necessity? The dial/crown is totally pointless because it only serves as a scroll wheel on a device that lets you scroll with the touchscreen. Why even have that? There are four physical actuators on this thing, when it should really have one of them. And that is completely glossing over the fact that this thing’s operating system glitches out so often than most of your button presses don’t register. If you want to go back to your home screen, you have to press the button at least a minimum of three times for the thing to realize it shouldn’t be in the app list screen.One final complaint I’d like to make is the form factor of the screen. The round screen looks nice and works well when the watch’s functions are adequately optimized for it. However, not everything can be optimized for such a screen format, and one such thing is reading blocks of text like, say, text messages. Reading phone notifications on this thing is so difficult and inconvenient because of the form factor that you just don’t bother looking at them.I would give this thing one star, but it does at least one thing right. The Google Wallet function works pretty well. Go figure that the *one* feature that works is the one that involves Google spying on your purchasing habits.Absolutely terrible.

  10. -=Rudy=-

    Likes: It’s a genuine Google Pixel watch so, unlike other brands, things just tend to work more reliably. It’s also less bulky than the Fossil watch, and lighter on the wrist. Also, it is a round watch; real watches are round, not square. Finally, I wanted a watch with LTE so I didn’t need to carry my phone for checking messages or making purchases.Dislikes: The styling is too nerdy–I far prefer the look of the Fossil watches, but they are not as reliable and have quirks. The wraparound glass will also break easily if hit in just the right way. (I use a protective cover to avoid that, but that makes it a little more bulky.) The non-standard watch band is annoying, so I’m stuck with the limited choices. Some of the FitBit features are lacking as well–for the price, the suite of features should be more robust. There are also some really odd color combinations available when ordering–I would have preferred the gold body with the black strap, but that was not an option. Finally, and this is more a problem with WearOS–it does not yet support Google Voice, and I need that.Would I buy it again? If a future version addressed these issues, yes. Otherwise, I’d have to think about it.

  11. amber

    Beautiful appearance. Polished and appears well built too. Dial is small, software and UI needs improvement and fixing. Google should release an update and fix many of the shortcomings pointed out by professional reviewers. For now, Apple Watch still remains the undisputed king of the smartwatches. Google if they can fix the bugs, and smoothen the UI and software issues, can seriously pose a grave threat to Apple Watch and gain many fold customers too.

  12. J. Lutz

    I will avoid the facts that this watch is outdated at launch by its hardware (processor). That, coupled with retail and even discounted price also are out of step with the competition. These two big gripes aside. The watch is good and likely the best choice going into 2023 for pure Android Wear OS users (not looking at Apple or Tizen overlay users.)Its not perfect and Pixel users will benefit the most when paired to this watch. Its lost most of the lag recent watches from other Wear OS brands. Has all the sensors the majority of buyers could want based on watch tech right now. It swipes, it plays well with the apps made for it. It gives you the info you ask of it. There are even a few nice 3rd part accessories now to avoid Google Gouging for proprietary bands. And there are few quirks I hope they iron out soon. Mainly, when the phone is in Bedtime Mode. Make the watch do it too, or add that Zen Mode feature to the watch also. It sucks to have animals tripping the security cameras outside dinging on my wrist and killing my sleep score. The snooze/do not disturb button on watch fails too easily and you have turn it on/off manually everytime.As many claim, the battery sucks. Sort of. I can go up to 36+ hours on a slow day, and many others can too. It will depend on too many factors to list. But basically your popularity with notifications and thinking you need the screen always on are the biggest battery hurdles. Most can get use to touch to wake. And maybe only having text, phone, front door doorbell and one email be allowed to bother your watch with notifications. Do you really need to know what cousin Billy had at Dairy Queen when he posts the same pic/vid on Facebook, Instagram, Tic Toc and YouTube, etc. Find a nice balance of wrist information along with what sensors you need checking if you are still alive. You can start the day and track everything till the next morning when you charge it again while you shower and get the next day started. It charges quickly. And most other Wear OS watches have the same daily charge requirements. Nobody on Wear OS is winning on battery. Or Turn every setting all the way up and have a spare charger puck ready for a mid day juice. If you go that route. I suggest a quick release band to ease the removal of the watch.So, its not up to the level or price of the Ultra Apple Watch. And if you don’t care for Samsung. Your love for stock Android will eventually lead you back to this watch. Unless you forgo ECG sensors. The price will drop soon. Cases are minimizing the fragility of an ALL glass jelly bean design. But when comes to keeping your phone pocketed and yet still have info relayed in a useful way. Pixel Watch is the best current albeit not perfect solution for now.

  13. George

    Many reviews state the battery life is terrible, but it takes 30 minutes to charge it once a day. This has not been even a monitor inconvenience for me because I shower and groom myself at least once a day and I charge it then. This is the best wearable tech I’ve ever tried.

  14. Sam Yelton

    DISCLAIMER: This is my first smartwatch.As stated above, this is my first smartwatch. I put many hours over multiple days researching this watch. I recently bought a Pixel 7 Pro and have been interested in buying a smartwatch for a couple of years, and after watching a bunch of videos and reading a bunch of articles, I decided to bite the bullet and take the plunge.So first of all, I have the “Hey Google” assistant option off in the settings, a few videos recommended this to improve battery life. My battery life has been much better than expected based on most reviews, thus far. Secondly; charging times were another topic in most reviews that was talked about in the most negative of ways. Charging so far has been speedy. Third; being able to reply to messages through the watch has been a lot easier than I anticipated based on the information that led to my purchase.Somethings to be weary of:1- No retailer in a medium sized city carries any kind of accessory for the Pixel Watch, every screen protector/case/charging stand/band etc. will have to be bought online.2- Detailed fitness and health stats will be locked behind a paywall after you exhaust your complimentary 6 month trial of Fitbit premium. I also cannot contest to the accuracy of any of the data.3- Setup was an absolute pain in the you know what. It took patience and endurance. At one point my phone said it was connected and good to go, meanwhile the watch was factory resetting. Not a great first impression.Overall I really like the watch so far, if I had came from a Galaxy watch or Apple Watch I think I might feel differently but for a first smartwatch and just dipping my toes into this realm it’s very solid and has exceeded my expectations in many areas.

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Google Pixel LTE

Google Pixel Watch: Fitness and connectivity at your wrist.

Highlights
Google Pixel Watch with LTE. Beautiful, fit, and connected.
Pros

- Fast
- High-quality camera
- Google Assistant

Cons

- Expensive
- No headphone jack

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$179.50

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// DESCRIPTION

Introducing the Google Pixel Watch – a perfect fusion of style and functionality. The sleek, circular design of the watch is sure to catch your eye, and with Wear OS by Google, you have quick access to anything you need.

Keep track of your fitness goals with the Fitbit activity tracking feature, and receive 6 months of Fitbit Premium with your purchase. You can take your health monitoring a step further and assess your heart rhythm for AFib with the ECG feature.

Don’t worry about missing important events or being unable to complete a task; Google Wallet, Maps, Calendar, and event notifications allow for easy and convenient access to essential features straight from your wrist. You can even respond to messages, manage your inbox, and make calls without ever taking your phone out of your pocket.

Safety is a top priority with the Google Pixel Watch. The Emergency SOS feature can alert trusted contacts or 911 for assistance in case of an emergency. And for convenience, the watch is durable with scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass and 5 ATM water resistance.

You’ll love how customizable the Google Pixel Watch is with interchangeable bands for different occasions and activities. Plus, it’s compatible with Pixel phones and Pixel Buds for easy device pairing and control of Nest devices.

Don’t hesitate to experience the Google Pixel Watch for yourself. Legal disclaimers can be found in the product description section for your reference.

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// FEATURES

  • Beautiful circular, domed design with Wear OS by Google
  • Fitbit activity tracking and 6 months of Fitbit Premium included
  • Heart rate and sleep tracking, ECG assessment for AFib
  • Google Wallet, Maps, and Calendar integration for convenience
  • Stay connected and productive on-the-go
  • Emergency SOS and scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass
  • Works with Pixel phones and Pixel Buds
  • Accessorize with additional bands
  • Built-in LTE for phone calls, texts, and app access without a phone
  • Google Assistant integration for hands-free convenience
  • // Q & A

    I ordered the lte version when it arrived it was the wifi only version (received sku ga03119-us per the mfg text on the box). how did this happen?

    We suggest contacting Amazon for your inquiry about your order. Thank you!

    Is it possible to shower while wearing the watch?

    Google Pixel Watch is designed to be sweat and water resistant up to 50 meters (5ATM), for swimming in shallow water, working out, and more, but it is not waterproof. Some Google Pixel Watch bands are not water resistant.

    Can the wifi version play google music (phone app) through the watch's speakers and control the google music phone app?

    Unfortunately, this feature is not supported. You can only play music using the Pixel Watch from our partner music services (e.g. YouTube, Spotify). Also, the music will not play directly from the watch's speaker. You need to have a Bluetooth earbuds/headphones connected. Check this link for more info: https://support.google.com/googlepixelwatch/answer/12662429

    I am completely new to smart watches - what do the "lte" and "wifi" options mean?

    Google Pixel Watch LTE: You can receive texts and calls, play music, and use Google Pay, Google Assistant, and more without your phone nearby. Emergency SOS2 will work on your watch even if your phone isn't charged. Google Pixel Watch Wi-Fi: You'll need to keep your phone close or log in to a Wi-Fi network to stay connected. You cannot make or receive calls or send and receive texts unless your phone is nearby.

    Is YouTube Music the only way to put music on the watch?

    You can listen to music from apps like YouTube Music and Spotify on Google Pixel Watch. Additional music apps are available for the watch in the Google Play store. Check this link for more info: https://support.google.com/googlepixelwatch/answer/12662429


    // SPECS

    Product Dimensions10.81 x 0.55 x 1.69 inches
    Item Weight10.6 ounces
    Item model numberGWT9R, G943M;G77PA
    Batteries1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)
    OSAndroid
    Wireless communication technologiesCellular
    Connectivity technologiesWi-Fi, USB
    GPSBuilt-in GPS
    Special featuresText Messaging, Activity Tracker, Always On Display, Notifications
    Other display featuresWireless
    ColorMatte Black case with Obsidian Active band
    Whats in the boxActive Band, Google Pixel Watch, Quick Start Guide, USB-C Magnetic Charging Cable
    ManufacturerGoogle
    Date First Available2022, October 6
    Origin Country: Vietnam
    Model #: GWT9R; G943M;G77PA
    Google Pixel LTE
    released on October 6, 2022

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    The Google Pixel Watch with LTE is a cutting-edge smartwatch designed to keep you connected on-the-go. Featuring built-in LTE, you can receive and make phone calls, send texts, and access apps without the need for a phone. It also includes advanced fitness tracking and health monitoring, as well as Google Assistant integration for hands-free convenience. The watch has a sleek and modern design, with customizable watch faces and interchangeable bands to fit your style. Stay connected and stay ahead with the Google Pixel Watch with LTE.

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