Samsung and Apple have won the smartwatch race, now it’s Google’s turn. It has been known for a long time that the Pixel Watch is coming. So far, however, the start of sales and the price of the Google smartwatch have been unclear. At least the euro price is no longer a secret.


A month apart, both Samsung and Apple presented their new smartwatches to the public. The Galaxy Watch 5 and Apple Watch Series 8 do not make big leaps, both watches are consistent further developments of their predecessors. The technology world is now looking at Google with equal interest: With the Pixel Watch, the US group has its first smartwatch up its sleeve. A first teaser from spring has already whetted our appetite for more, and Google probably doesn’t skimp on the price either.

Pixel Watch: Google Smartwatch should cost between 250 euros and 350 euros

In Europe the Pixel Watch in the WLAN variant between 250 euros and 350 euros cost (source: Pricebaba). That would be cheaper than expected, especially given the rampant inflation in the euro area. The smartwatch will be available in the Colors grey, orange and blue. Most recently, there was speculation about the price of the LTE variant, which is said to be $399 in the US.

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Of the The biggest competitor in the Android sector is likely to be the Galaxy Watch 5 be, which in Germany starts at 299 euros (WLAN, 40 mm). If the Pixel Watch undercuts the price, many potential buyers of the Galaxy Watch 5 will probably ask themselves whether they would rather go for the Google Smartwatch – especially since the best functions are only available if you own a Samsung smartphone anyway . These limitations were also evident in the test of the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

What the Galaxy Watch 5 (Pro) can do:

Pixel Watch and Pixel 7 (Pro) will be presented on October 6th

On October 6th we will find out whether the Pixel Watch will really be the price hit we are hoping for. Then Google will not only present the new smartwatch, but also the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro. New Nest hardware will also be presented at the “Made by Google” event.