It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series was seen in the Certification Database of the Federal Communication Commission (FCC). Devices are expected to be presented soon. The FCC database lists the Galaxy Watch SM-R900, SM-R910 and SM-R920 models. The database also hints that the future Galaxy Watch 5 series is likely to maintain a 10W wireless charging.
According to the recent MYSMARTPRICE report, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series was spotted on the FCC certification website with SM-R900, SM-R910 and SM-R920 models. SM-R910 is a 44mm option, and SM-R900 is a 40mm version of Galaxy Watch 5. Considering that SM-R920 is Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.
It is reported that the listing states that Samsung devices will be shipped with a wireless charging of 10 watts. The list also confirms some key features of future smart watches. To begin with, the Galaxy Watch 5 will maintain Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, as well as Bluetooth. Watch 5 will also have NFC. However, according to the list, it may not be available on all Galaxy Watch 5 models, and only some models can have this opportunity.
It is reported that Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 will go on sale in August. Samsung has not disclosed any details about Watch 5, but it is known that the smart watch will be available in two sizes-40 mm and 44 mm. In addition, for our disappointment, this year there will be no classic model. The company replaced it with “Pro”.
According to previous reports, the 40mm version of Galaxy Watch 5 will be equipped with a 276 mAh battery. On the contrary, the larger 44-mm model will be equipped with a 397 mAh battery. It is expected that the future clock will also have a titan and sapphire body.