Google and Fitbit are denying us the super-watch we all want

fitbit sense 2 vs google pixel watch held above

Credit: Ryan Haines / Android Authority

Opinion post by
C. Scott Brown

We’ve been waiting years to see it and now we finally know everything there is to know about the Google Pixel Watch. Announced this week alongside the Google Pixel 7 series, the Wear OS-powered smartwatch runs on a very old processor, has a tiny battery, and commands a higher price than its closest competitors. We haven’t had the chance to give it a full review yet, but on paper, it’s not the industry-defining timepiece we were hoping for.

Meanwhile, just a few weeks ago, Fitbit launched its newest premium smartwatch: the Fitbit Sense 2. While the Sense 2 has health-tracking capabilities we’ve never seen on any other watch before, it surprisingly lacks some integral features of its predecessor — Google Assistant support, third-party apps, and Wi-Fi connectivity. This makes the Sense 2 objectively inferior to the first Sense, at least when it comes to its usability as a smartwatch.


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