Samsung Galaxy Watch Successor to Highlight 5G Support in the US


Although Samsung’s last smartwatch was propelled available not exactly a year ago, it’s nothing unexpected that the South Korean company is as off now preparing yet a new wearable device. The sequel to the Galaxy Watch is as of now in the works and the main details point to some real changes as far as the US market goes.Samsung-Galaxy-Watch

The information gotten by SamMobile recommends two versions of the Galaxy Watch 2, or whatever Samsung chooses to call it, will be accessible globally: Wi-Fi just and LTE. In any case, an extra model is expected to be launched in the US, one that will incorporate 5G support.

The report additionally claims the upcoming Galaxy Watch smartwatch will pack 4GB RAM, equivalent to the present model. More critically, the rotating bezel is making a rebound, which is incredible news considering that this was one of the best highlights separating Samsung’s smartwatches from the competition’s.

Attempting to tap on those minor icons on a smartwatch’s display can be an agony, yet Samsung’s discovered the best approach to avoid the issue by including a rotating display that enables users to easily browse the gadget’s menu.

The Galaxy Watch successor will have model numbers SM-R820 and SM-R830 for the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth-only variants and SM-R825 and SM-R835 for the LTE variants. Indeed, there will be two models like the Galaxy Watch, however, it stays to be seen if Samsung will adhere to the similar size choices (42mm and 46mm). There may likewise be a 5G variant for the US with model numbers SM-R827 and SM-R837. It would bode well for Samsung to offer a 5G smartwatch to oblige with its 5G smartphones as part of its push to make the new availability standard more mainstream, and when the new watch comes out, 5G networks in the US will likewise be accessible to a wider audience.

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At last, Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 is expected to come in at least three color versions – black, silver and gold. There’s no word on release timetable and pricing, yet based on the past history, the smartwatch might be revealed alongside the Galaxy Note 10 in August.

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