Among the long list of devices that the South Korean giant Samsung plans to push into the market this calendar year, is definitely a new smartwatch. It is not clear what this wearable device will be called, the Galaxy Watch Active 3 or some other model name. The official release of the Galaxy Watch 2020 may happen later in the year, may even be combined with the announcement of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. The device is getting mentioned in rumors and leaks with some detail or the other appearing online.
Three Color Options Being Confirmed
The latest rumor claims that the Galaxy Watch 2020 will be available in three colors namely silver, black and gold. The silver color variant will be made with stainless steel and the same metal may be the base for the gold color as well.
This is the only fact being revealed now. If you recall, we had already covered the information earlier that the new 2020 Galaxy Watch will carry a storage capacity of 8GB.
Other Specs Rumored of the Galaxy Watch
Apart from the color and the storage, there have been reports that the battery power in the new watch will be bumped. The expectation is that it will be a 330mAh battery. To place this in perspective, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has a 274mAh battery. Observers point out that Samsung appears to have taken up this objective of increasing the size of the batteries across the board this year. The Samsung Galaxy S series flagship smartphones have also seen similar increases from their predecessor.
The number of models of the Galaxy Watch 2020 could be 4, with 2 dial sizes and a Wi-Fi only and an LTE variant in each. Some people had raised this question if the new watch will be 5G enabled since most new Samsung smartphones this year are in the 5G category. You may have to wait a little longer for more such features to appear, probably in the next iteration of Galaxy Watches from Samsung.
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