On October 5, Google will unveil its second-generation Pixel Watch. Google has already shared a teaser of the upcoming offering, showing its design from all angles. There have been leaks and rumors about the Pixel Watch 2. New info about the wearable device comes from 9to5Google.

According to 9to5Google, Google’s second-generation smartwatch will have a skin temperature sensor to take readings whenever they feel like it. It’s different from Fitbit Sense 2, which only measures nighttime temperatures. But it’s still unclear if the Pixel Watch 2’s temperature sensor will help women track their menstrual cycles like the Galaxy Watch 5 and 6. It’s also confirmed that the Pixel 8 Pro has a temperature sensor.

The Pixel Watch already has a Personal Safety app. With the second-generation offering, it’s expected to get a lot better. Car crash detection will be built in, and it’ll work with Pixel phones. It’s like last year’s iPhone 14 series and Apple Watch Series 8 and later.  Pixel Watch 2 will display core medical information so emergency responders can find it easily. Users can also share their location with trusted emergency contacts with Emergency Sharing. It works without a phone if it has an active LTE connection.

There’s also a safety check countdown that lets Personal Safety verify that the user is okay, and if they don’t respond, their emergency contacts will be notified.

The Pixel Watch 2 will also have translation features for Wear OS. You won’t get a Google Translation app, though. Translations are said to be possible with Google Assistant’s interpreter mode.