Google is set to launch a new feature drop for its Pixel Watch in the month of June, according to recent reports. The new update brings in several health and exercise features to help users stay on top of their fitness goals and keep track of their progress.

The June feature drop for the Google Pixel Watch comes with three new features designed specifically to improve fitness tracking and monitoring capabilities. The first of these features is an expansion of the Google Fit app, which now includes new workout types such as high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and strength training.

Moreover, the updated Google Fit app also includes improvements to the workout tracking interface, making it easier for users to track their progress and see their metrics at a glance. The second feature in the June release is called "Mobile Ergonomics," which uses sensors in the watch to detect when users may be sitting or standing in a way that could cause neck or back pain.

Finally, the third and most significant update to the Pixel Watch is the inclusion of respiratory rate tracking. The respiratory rate feature measures how many breaths you take per minute and can help identify signs of potential health concerns like sleep apnea, asthma, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). With this new feature,

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