Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 5 Pro Revealed Via FCC Listing
Let's take a look at the new listing's details on the upcoming smartwatch.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series is expected to be released later this year. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro are expected to be launched this time. According to rumors, the company will skip the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Classic this time around in favor of introducing the Pro version for the first time.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 wireless charger was previously spotted on the FCC listing, and the Galaxy Watch 5 has now been spotted on the FCC database, confirming the device's charging speed. Let's take a look at the new listing's details on the upcoming smartwatch.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Listed on FCC
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 has been listed on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), revealing the wearable's model number. The SM-R900, SM-R910, and SM-R920 model numbers have been discovered in the database. The 44mm Galaxy Watch 5 is the SM-R910, and the 40mm Galaxy Watch 5 is the SM-R900. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, on the other hand, is popular with the SM-R920 model number.
A few key features of the smartwatch are confirmed by the listing. To begin, the Galaxy Watch 5 will support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, as well as Bluetooth. The Watch 5 will also have NFC, but the listing suggests that this may not be available on all Galaxy Watch 5 models, and that only some models may have the NFC feature. Furthermore, the Watch 5 will have a 10W charging (5V, 2A) input and, as previously reported, the watch may stick to a 5W charging speed.
Samsung Galaxy 5 Features (Expected)
The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro has previously been rumored to feature sapphire glass and a titanium build, with some reports claiming that the watch will include a thermometer function. The Galaxy Watch 5 is said to have a rotating bezel design. It is also expected to run WearOS, similar to the Watch 4 series. This time, we can expect the watch to include Google Assistant right away. The watch is also said to be larger than its predecessor.