Samsung is planning to launch its next smartwatch which is at the production stage, in the latter half of this year. The Korean giant’s upcoming smartwatch passed China’s CMIIT certification process which is the crucial stage ahead of its announcement. Previously the firm launched its flagships like Galaxy Watch in 2018 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 in 2019 and now upping to introduce the latest version. The passing certification process is the major achievement for Samsung. Now the company can speed up its process to introduce the new device.
Samsung’s new smartwatch variants will introduce with model number SM-R840/845 and SM-R850/855. Further, these devices will launch as either the Galaxy Watch 2 or the Galaxy Watch Active 3. Upcoming wearable variants will introduce with some additional features which help it to make more user-friendly. The new wearable may come with the 8GB internal storage variants, which makes it convenient for the customers to store additional data.
Galaxy Watch Active 3 launch imminent
The upcoming smartwatch will available in WiFi-only and WiFi plus LTE models. WiFi only variant of the next smartwatch expected to have two screen size variants of SM-R840 and SM-R850. Whereas the WiFi+LTE variant will available as SM-R845 and SM-R855 screen models. On the part of features, there is information about what new features will equip in the upcoming smartwatch.
However, the upcoming smartwatch will carry the important features of an existing wearable like heart rate monitor, sleep tracking, and ECG monitoring. As compared to the 247mAh battery of Galaxy Watch Active 2, the new device will power with a 330mAh battery. Improved battery capacity helps users to track their activities more active and stay connected. Though the company didn’t mention about fix the launching schedule, we can expect the new device would launch with Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 20 which has scheduled to launch later this year.