While the flexible and (not very) mysterious The mobile powerhouses Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 are (understandably) in the spotlight well ahead of launch At Samsung’s next big Unpacked event, there’s obviously also a good chance the company will unveil a new smartwatch or two (or three) sometime in August.
Based on the latest global market report, as well as that of the chaebol Q1 2022 financial close, we can assume that last year’s Wear OS-powered Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic generated some pretty robust sales, which in turn should bring a decent level of pre-launch excitement to the Galaxy Watch 5 family.
according to rumors has included three members at least once before, today it takes on some very interesting code names that point to an important area of interest. Perhaps more importantly, it’s now essentially etched in stone that the undoubtedly health-focused “Heart”, aka Galaxy Watch 5, will come in three different versions.
However, judging by the codenames mentioned, that might not be an extension to the Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic, with the “Heart-S” and “Heart-L” likely corresponding to direct sequels of the 40 and 44mm models of the former. , while a single “Heart-Pro” may follow in the footsteps of the 2021 small and large Classic.
Notwithstanding this new GalaxyClub revealthe often reliable people at SamMobile are still not ready to give up the possibility that the “Galaxy Watch 5 Pro” will eventually go official under the Galaxy Watch 5 Ultra label.
Whichever of those two names will also come out commercially in the summer, you can bet it will be ultra-high-end Apple Watch Series 8 rival wants to bring serious battery life upgrades to the table compared to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
We’re currently expecting a massive 572 mAh cell under the hood from this bad boy, up from the 361 mAh battery capacity of the 46mm Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. That almost certainly means the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (or Ultra) will opt for its own “L” size, but if that’s an issue, you’ll be happy to know that the non-Pro models are also tipped for endurance between charges (something) to improve on their predecessors.
We are talking about a 276mAh battery on the Galaxy Watch 5 “S”, for example, compared to the 247mAh juicer of the 40 mm non-Classic Galaxy Watch 4, which itself is capable of keeping the lights on for a day or so with “normal” use.