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The Pixel Watch doesn’t have the full suite of health features found on even the entry level Fitbit tracker. Irregular heart rate notifications aren’t officially supported by the Pixel Watch, but the functionality appears to be available for some people.
Although the Pixel Watch has an EKG app that records electrical signals for 30 seconds and looks for signs of AFib (atrial fibrillation) on demand, it doesn’t support irregular heartbeat notifications that work while you’re still or sleeping.
These alerts are available on Sense 2, Sense, Versa 4, Versa 3, Versa 2, Versa Lite, Charge 5, Charge 4, Charge 3, Luxe, Inspire 3 and Inspire 2, with the Pixel Watch not specifically listed on supporting documents, product pagesor specifications.
However, some Pixel Watch owners are seeing an irregular rhythm notification page in the Discover tab of the Fitbit app. It explains the feature and allows you to ‘View Notifications’. This page notes when the data was last analyzed.
We’re only seeing it on one Pixel Watch out of several we’ve checked, while there’s one more report that it is live today. For everyone else (as seen below), the Scores and Reports page/carousel simply lists “Health Reports” and “Heart Rate Score.”
Therefore, it is not clear if this feature was intentionally enabled by Fitbit or if it was caused by a bug. That’s about as much as you could get Fall detection if you reset your Pixel Watch and pair it again. We will contact the company for more information.
Compared to most other Fitbit devices, the Pixel Watch also lacks SpO2 tracking, high and low heart rate notifications, and skin temperature change.
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