The next generation of the Pixel Watch, Google's smartwatch, will feature better battery life, some health-tracking features and more, 9to5Google reported Tuesday.
The expected Pixel Watch 2, which 9to5Google reports will likely be announced this fall, has a battery life that'll give watch-wearers over a day of use with the "always-on" display. This is compared with the original Pixel Watch, which won a CNET Editors' Choice Award last year and offers roughly a day's worth of battery life with the display turned off.
The report adds that the new Pixel Watch will have health-tracking features that mirror the Fitbit Sense 2. While it's not totally clear which wellness features the newer Pixel Watch will adopt, the Sense 2 notably includes stress-tracking sensors that measure continuous electrodermal activity (cEDA).
What's more, the Pixel Watch 2 will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon W5 chipset, 9to5Google reports.
Google didn't immediately respond to a request for comment. In the meantime, learn about the high bar we've set for the next Pixel Watch, our list of all the best Android smartwatches -- and our guide on how to choose the best smartwatch for you -- and our review of Google's flagship phone.