Galaxy Watch 6 Grabs FCC Certificate, Launch Imminent

In the launching of Galaxy Watch 6, Samsung received much necessary FCC certificate in the US. It gives a green signal to the company to unveil its smartwatch in the American market. It is the first time any government body has revealed the device on its website. The model numbers SM-R930 & SM-R940 have been spotted on the page, which means both variants are on the way. Galaxy Watch 6 & Galaxy Watch 6 Classic are said to be launched this year with classic designs and features.

The FCC certification site hasn’t revealed much about these Samsung watches. Thanks to the previous rumors, we have some exclusive information. The Classic variant will get back its iconic physical rotating bezel. It was abandoned on Galaxy Watch 5, and now Samsung might want to fix its mistake due to a huge fanbase for it.

The battery capacity will be hailed on both gadgets to get longer usage time in critical situations. Users always complained about poor battery life on Samsung’s watches and like every Galaxy Watch, the next watches see some increments, especially Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.

Galaxy Watch 6 Classic

The company is working on the new One UI 5 Watch version along with Wear OS 4. There is no leak on One UI 5 Watch, though we now know about Google’s Wear OS software. In the next few days, it will start the beta testing program, and at that time we will know more about it.

It may be launched in August when it will share the stage with Galaxy Z Fold 5 & Flip 5 foldable phones. It might not introduce the next Galaxy Buds in the same event. Further, we won’t expect Samsung could increase the price of the next watches in major markets.