Last month, we heard that Samsung is building a new Galaxy smartwatch. Despite the lack of hardware, we know it could be unveiled with the Galaxy Note 20 Series smartphone later this year. Last week, it was announced that the next generation of Galaxy smartwatches will come with 8GB of storage. Today, we’ve heard more details — for example, the new version will feature stainless steel cases, as well as black, silver, and gold options.
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Stainless steel and gold are already under development, but there is still a possibility of subsequent changes. Until then, details such as the watch’s screen size and battery capacity are expected to be revealed as soon as possible.
Rumor has it that the new Galaxy smartwatch comes in two sizes and Wi-Fi/LTE versions with a battery capacity of 330mAh, which is much higher than the 247mAh of the 40mm Galaxy Watch Active 2.
It is not known whether the new smartwatch is called the Galaxy Watch 2 or Galaxy Watch Active 3, or whether it has a physical bezel.