The Fast Pair feature will make the Pixel Watch compatible with Google’s future connected watch. This makes it much easier to connect TWS (True Wireless Stereo), headphones, and a Bluetooth device. It will be integrated in the WearOS system automatically. Google plans to create a bridge between its smartwatch and Pixel Buds Pro, which were announced in the second half 2022.
Google introduced new products to its ecosystem in May. New smartphones. New tablet. New tablet. In the United States, the first one will be available within a month along with the Pixel 6A. The second will be available at the end of this year. However, it has not been confirmed when. It is likely to arrive in the fall at the same time, however, as the pixel 7 and 7 Pro.
Although the watch’s technical details have been kept secret (Google has emphasized the design, not the components), it will be compatible with WearOS 3 which is the next version the connected object operating system. This will be the first time that the Pixel Watch can take advantage of WearOS 3. WearOS 3 will bring many improvements. WearOS 3.0 will bring many improvements.
Wear OS 3 allows you to connect the Pixel Watch and the Pixel Buds Pro very simply
Mountain View has begun rolling out 22.24 A line specifically for Wear OS is “Fast Pair for Wear OS” which allows for the discovery of previously paired headphones and their connection with accessories. Wear OS will be Fast Pair compatible. The system will automatically pair a connected watch with a pair headphones that have been previously paired with the Google account.
Google’s WearOS Fast Pair brings Google closer to Apple Continuity
Google is now closer to the continuity experience offered by Apple’s ecosystem through Fast Pairing. AirPods can switch between a MacBook and an iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch with no service interruption. The Cupertino company’s seamless experience has been admired by Android and Windows competitors alike. This goal is now possible thanks to Fast Pair.