Some years ago someone lost a Nexus 4 prototype in a San Francisco restaurant. Now the story repeats itself with a Pixel Watch prototype, though this time the story takes place in a Chicago restaurant. It’s not clear who left it as no one went back to claim it.
As the story goes, the watch was found by a bartender and the photos below were shared by his friend, Redditor tagtech414. The watch is out of juice and there was no charger with it, so we can only gawk at the hardware.
The watch has removable silicone straps (20 mm), which were reportedly tricky to attach, but still leave the door open for customization down the road. As for the watch itself, the Redditor reports that it is much more comfortable to wear than a Galaxy Watch and that it feels surprisingly thin. The design of the crown also prevents it from digging into the wearer’s wrist, overall, the watch sounds suitable to wear all day and night.
Google I/O starts on May 11, which will be yet another opportunity for Google to unveil the Pixel Watch. There are no guarantees that it will do so, of course, it has had plenty of opportunities already.