Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Passed FCC

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5

South Korean Samsung will unleash its next-gen smartwatch dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 later this year. At the event, most likely, we will see two models – the vanilla version as well as Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. If nothing accidental happens, the company will skip the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Classic this time. Thus, instead of the Classic version, the manufacturer will bring the Pro version.

By the way, much earlier, we saw the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 wireless charger spotted on the FCC listing. As for now, the Galaxy Watch 5 itself appeared on the FCC database. The latter confirms the charging speed of the watch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 appeared on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) with model numbers SM-R900, SM-R910, and SM-R920. Among them, the SM-R910 is going to be the 44mm version while the SM-R900 will be the 40mm version. So the third model number should belong to the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5

Apart from this, from the listing, we can learn that the Galaxy Watch 5 will support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi as well as Bluetooth. The watch will also support NFC. However, even the listing hints that this feature might not exist on all versions. Above, we were talking about the charging speed, and it is 10W. There should be LTE-connected versions of the watches as well

Prior to this, various reports suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will come with sapphire glass and titanium build. Plus, some others suggested that the watch will pack in a thermometer function. As for the vanilla version, it ought to come with a rotating bezel design.

In terms of software, the watch will run WearOS, like the Watch 4 series. But we expect it to come with Google Assistant.

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