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Coming to Wear OS smartwatches are Google Home and Personal Safety apps.

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Coming to Wear OS smartwatches are Google Home and Personal Safety apps.

Google is preparing the Google Photos watch face for the Wear OS devices, according to a story from last month. According to rumours, users would be able to set one or more personal photographs as their watch faces. As of right now, we can see the Google Photos watch face, the Google Home, and the Personal Safety app for the first time.

Speaking of the Google Photographs watch face, you can customise your photos to have a circular crop based on the watch’s design (via Mishaal Rahman). Date/day and time are the two configurations that can be stacked on top of the watch face. It appears that the Pixel Watch’s Google Photos watch face looks similar to the Android 12 lockscreen.

Notably, users will be able to cycle through the chosen photographs all day long with Google Photos. The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 series might also experience it.

With smart home devices listed inside a rounded rectangle, the Google Home for Wear OS offers a card list design. An icon, background colour, device name, and room name are all included in the rectangle. Using the “+” and “-” buttons, you can quickly raise or lower the temperature and change the brightness. One of the screenshots also includes a security alert for “Person observed.” There is uncertainty on whether the Google Home will only be available on the Pixel Watch, similar to the Google Photos watch face.

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The screenshots that have been circulated also show a watch face called Pilot, a simple mechanical watch face with bigger 6/9/12 timings. There are two additional watch faces with the names Ink and Pacific that we are unable to clearly see. Nevertheless, it seems obvious that the Pixel Watch will be the first to introduce these new functions. The snapshot of the Personal Safety app, which enables you to summon a predetermined emergency contact or service, is the last but not least.

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Surfaces of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra with Snapdragon 8S Gen 3

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Surfaces of the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra with Snapdragon 8S Gen 3

Early this week, renders of the Edge 50 Fusion appeared, and Motorola has previously stated that the Edge 50 Pro will ship on April 3. The highest-end smartphone in the Edge 50 series, the Edge 50 Ultra, has now been shown in renders.

The phone is depicted in the renderings in peach fuzz and black with a vegan leather finish, while sisal, a beige color, will have a brushed surface. As opposed to the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 in the Pro variant and the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 in the Edge 50 Fusion, the phone is reportedly powered by the Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC.

A 50MP primary camera, an ultra-wide camera, and a periscope telephoto camera with a 5x optical zoom are all included in the Motorola Edge 50 Ultra’s feature set. Additionally, there is a triple LED flash on the right side and a laser autofocus feature above the periscope lens.

Although the phone’s display, battery, and charging specifications are yet unknown, the Edge 50 Pro is said to include 12GB of RAM and support both 50W and 125W wired and wireless charging.

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It is anticipated that this will launch as the Motorola X50 Ultra in China. It is unclear if the India launch may be expected on the same day as the rest of the Edge 50 series phones, even if this is scheduled to go official on April 3.

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