The Pixel Watch 2 is set to make some major changes to improve its battery life. Rumors have been circulating that the watch might be saying goodbye to Samsung chips and opting for something else instead. This move would be a big change, as Samsung chips are usually known for their reliability and power efficiency.
However, it seems like Google is looking into other options because they want this new watch’s battery life to last more than 24 hours – an impressive feat considering how small the device is compared with smartphones or tablets. To achieve this goal, Google may look into using different chip designs, such as Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100+ or even MediaTek MT2621, which both offer better energy efficiency than traditional processors from companies like Intel and AMD.
Google has yet to confirm any of these rumors but if true, then we can expect the Pixel Watch 2’s battery life will exceed expectations when it releases later this year. With improved performance thanks to new chip technology combined with longer-lasting batteries, users should experience a much smoother user experience overall on their smartwatch devices going forward!