Pixel Watch Details: Exynos 9110 with 32GB of storage
The Pixel Watch will be powered by Samsung's Exynos 9110 processor and will be equipped with an auxiliary processor, according to technology outlet 9to5Google. The tasks of this secondary processor are tasks on the main Offload processor. It remains to be seen if the auxiliary processor will be part of the Tensor brand.
As a reference, on the Snapdragon Wear 4100+, Qualcomm has an "ultra-low power" QCC1110 coprocessor that supports alway On Display (AOD) 64K colors, Offload more sensors and other AOD experiences.
Offload, here, hands over continuous heart rate monitoring and sleep health, faster tilt-wake responses, step-counting, alarms, timers and haptics to auxiliary processors. The Pixel Watch will use its coprocessor in a similar way, although we can't confirm that yet.
The outlet also notes that the Pixel Watch will have 32GB of storage. This is twice as large as anything on the Wear OS market today, and raises questions about how to leverage it. Downloading songs from YouTube Music and Spotify for offline playback is the most obvious use, matching the capacity of the latest Apple Watch.
Google's wearable will have more memory than any existing smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch 4 has 1.5GB of ram, but the Pixel Watch should slightly exceed that total. Historically, more RAM has solved many of Wear OS's performance problems.
Among other things, the outlet was able to confirm some of the Pixel Watch's health and fitness specs, which we first pointed out are apparently the same as the sensors on Fitbit Luxe and Charge 5 (pictured above). As you might expect, there is a heart rate sensor and hardware that supports SpO2 (blood oxygen) and ECG (electrocardiogram) readings.