Last week, Verizon seemed to rush things a little and detail that pixel clock owners received the March security update. Google confirmed the news today, and the update is reportedly now rolling out globally.

Owners will know they are on the latest build if they see the build number. RVDA.230114.008.R1 in the settings menu. If you don’t see it, then you don’t have the latest version and you will now be in line to get it as soon as the OTA hits your device.

As for the new products, there are actually a lot of goodies inside. Google has detailed all of this below.

What’s included

  • Watch faces – The digital clock is now available when the button is pressed when the device is turned off. The time will now be displayed when the crown is pressed next to the red low battery indicator.
  • display – In addition to enabling AOD in the settings of the watch or companion app, you can now enable AOD by turning the haptic head and the screen will wake up when AOD is off and make the image brighter in ambient mode.
  • Touch – Added optimizations to increase the sensitivity of touch screen behavior.
    Settings – In this release, enable/disable support for one-touch battery saving mode in QSS.
  • alarm clocks – In the coming weeks, a patch will be released through the PlayStore to update the Clock app, which fixes some alarms that had a delay or fake start. Make sure Auto-update apps is selected in Play Store > Settings on your watch and you’ll get this update as soon as it’s available while your watch is on a charger and connected to Wi-Fi.

If you thought you were going crazy because your Pixel Watch didn’t get an update last week, now we know what the deal was. Verizon was a little earlier.

// Google Support