Google adds battery-saver toggle in Pixel Watch inspired by Samsung Galaxy Watches

Every device users face a common problem, which is battery draining, whether he is using a smartphone, tablet, or smartwatch. All these devices didn’t provide that long-lasting battery as expected. This is why every device comes with an extra feature called a battery saver. It is an essential feature nowadays, as it helps to extend the working of the device.

With the new OS updates, the battery saver has also evolved; now it has some extra options that allow you to save the battery of your device in different ways, now you can schedule it according to time, or you can also set it as automatic turn on when your device battery reaches a certain level. However, these functionalities are limited to certain UI like Samsung. 

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Now Pixel watch users can also turn on battery saver as Galaxy watches

According to the information, After updating Pixel Watch with the March 2023 security patch, Google has finally rolled out a new update that makes it easy to turn on or off the battery-saver option directly from the toggle. According to the changelog, the company has explained that now you can easily enable or disable the battery-saver option on your Pixel Watch. However, this type of feature was previously available on Galaxy watches which is running on WearOS. All thanks to Samsung One UI, which added this essential feature in their watches with a previous update.

Other cool features available in Galaxy watches

Samsung is always ahead in providing new features to its customers. Here are some new things introduced with the last updates, like six new watch faces introduced with more customization options. In the previous update, a most awaited feature was added, like a camera controller that helps users to control their smartphone’s camera through watches.

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