We expect these smartwatches in 2022

We expect these smartwatches in 2022

In smartwatch land it is anything but cucumber time. In the coming months, several cool watches will be released. Time for an overview: we still expect these smartwatches.

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We expect these smartwatches in 2022

1. Google Pixel Watch

The Pixel Watch was announced last May. Google’s first smartwatch has a circular design, runs (obviously) on Wear OS 3 and is packed with health features thanks to its close collaboration with Fitbit (a subsidiary of Google).

Google Pixel Watch

Google Pixel Watch

Sounds good, right ? Unfortunately, we don’t know much about the release date of the Pixel Watch yet. Google promised more about the to tell about availability. We will therefore hear more about the price tag, because for the time being we have no idea how much the first Google watch will cost.

→ Read more about the Google Pixel WatchSamsung Galaxy Watch 5 geruchten: dit weten we al

2. Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 (Pro)

If we are to believe the rumors brings Samsung this summer not one, but two smartwatches. The Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro are expected in August. Nothing is official yet, but the Galaxy Watch 4 series was announced in that month last year, so we’re betting on a repeat of moves in 2022.

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Rumor has it that the difference between the two is mainly in the specifications under the hood. The Pro version will probably come with better specifications, including a gigantic battery. According to rumors, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will have a battery capacity of no less than 572 mAh; 60 percent more than its predecessor.

Furthermore, the new Samsung smartwatches seem to say goodbye to the rotating bezel (the edge with which you operate the watch) and to rotate on Wear OS 3. Traditionally, the manufacturer probably matches its own One UI software shell here.

Read more about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro

3. Fitbit Sense 2 and Versa 4

The Versa 3 appeared in August 2021, about eleven months after the Versa 2. It is therefore expected that the Versa 4 will be unveiled in mid-August 2022. The new smartwatch is rumored to have about the same design as its predecessors, with one addition: a physical button on the side.

Little is known about the price yet, but 9to5Google thinks the watch will not be on Wear OS will run (owner Google’s software system) but on Fitbit OS. That kite also goes for the Fitbit Sense 2. This also expected smartwatch would have about the same design as its predecessor. Little is known about the prices of both watches.

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4. Montblanc Summit 3

When one sheep is over the dam, more soon follow. After Samsung, watch brand Montblanc also releases a smartwatch with Wear OS 3 as its operating system. It concerns the Summit 3, which will be on sale from July 15.

This watch has a traditional design and comes in different colors. The wristbands are interchangeable and the screen is round. The Montblanc Summit 3 is not cheap; the smartwatch costs no less than 1270 euros.

What about the rest?

Obviously, many more smartwatches will be released this year. The big elephant in the room is Apple. The company is reportedly releasing two new watches this year, the Apple Watch Series 8 and Apple Watch SE 2. Our colleagues from iPhoned would like to update you on these new smartwatches:

→ Read more about the Apple Watch Series 8

and Apple Watch SE 2Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 geruchten: dit weten we al

Furthermore, there are rumors that Meta (the former Facebook) is working on its own smartwatch. The watch would get two cameras and be able to install apps via the wearer’s Facebook account. However, not long ago, a rumor appeared that Meta would have stopped developing the Facebook smartwatch. The status of this watch is therefore rather unclear.

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Google Pixel Watch

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