It’s been leaked, cancelled and rumoured some more, but the elusive Pixel Watch from Google could finally be nearing launch according to the latest leak. 

The latest information comes from trusted source Evan Blass (AKA EvLeaks on Twitter) over on 91Mobiles, who shared the latest render of the Pixel Watch, showing off a circular design with a single physical button (crown) and Fitbit integration.

After completing their purchase of Fitbit last year, the timer has been ticking for Google to do something with the purchase. It appears the Fitbit integration in the Pixel Watch will be tight with the logo showing front and centre in the screenshot indicating a deep integration into their watch – though how it will tie in more broadly with WearOS as a whole is a larger question.

According to a recent tweet from Blass, the Pixel Watch is known internally at Google by the codename ‘Rohan’, with a screenshot shared listing the watch running WearOS 3.1. 

A launch date for the Pixel Watch hasn’t been announced as yet, however the Google I/O developer conference is set to be held next month, with new developments on all their services expected to be announced and maybe, just maybe we might finally see the Pixel Watch.