The U.S. Federal Communications Commission has just revealed Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy Watch smartwatch, which has recently been certified as the SM-R840/845 and SM-R850/855, and the documentation reveals some details about the new smartwatch. The image shows that the new Galaxy Watch will be equipped with at least 45mm steel bezels and steel cases, meet MIL-STD-810G seismic requirements, and support GPS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and LTE connectivity.
Sam Mobile earlier reported that Samsung would also offer a titanium case version for the new Galaxy Watch, but it has yet to be confirmed.
The new Galaxy Watch smartwatch is also expected to have 8GB of storage and a larger 330 mAh battery.
In terms of market share, Samsung smartwatches are currently “second only” to Apple at 13.9% and 55.5%, respectively.
Obviously, apart from the Apple Watch, only the Galaxy Watch can compete with it.
Whether consumers buy it or not remains to be tested.