Google has some new devices in the works which judging from a report from last year, are codenamed “Bonito” and “Sargo”. These are rumored to be possible Pixel devices as Google usually uses codenames based around fish for their Pixel handsets. Now it seems that there could be more devices that Google could be working on.

According to a report from Till Kottmann (via Android Police), it seems that Google has at least more devices that they are working on and they are codenamed “Salmon” and “Medaka”. Like we said, Google usually gives fish codenames to its Pixel devices, which hints that these are also Pixel-related products. Just in case you didn’t know, apparently medaka is the informal name for a Japanese rice fish.

It is unclear as to which Pixel devices these codenames could be referring to, but it has been speculated that at least one of them could be the rumored Pixel Watch. The device has been rumored about for quite a while now but has yet to make an appearance. It was speculated to launch last year but it was a no show, suggesting that it might be launched this year instead.

Google will be hosting its Google I/O event towards the middle of the year and sometimes new products do get announced, so hopefully we’ll have more details then and won’t need to wait until the Pixel event at the end of the year to find out more.

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