Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series may have bigger battery: report


Tech giant Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series will feature a bigger battery than its predecessors, according to media reports. The smartwatch series is likely to launch globally in the second half of this year, along with the new generation of foldable smartphones.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Series specifications, expected features

The smartwatch is likely to be available in two size variants. Both the Galaxy Watch6 40mm and the Galaxy Watch6 Classic 42mm are expected to pack a 300mAh battery. GSMArena.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Watch6 44mm and Galaxy Watch6 Classic 46mm are likely to pack a 425mAh battery.

Both the capacities are bigger than the Galaxy Watch5’s battery which only offers 284mAh for the 40mm size and 410mAh for the 44mm variant.

The tech giant is also rumored to be bringing back the rotating bezel this year, indicating that it will be for the Galaxy Watch 6 Pro.

The report states that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series is expected to be unveiled in August this year alongside the company’s next generation of foldables.

Meanwhile, last month, it was reported that the tech giant was working on a Galaxy Watch that would come equipped with a built-in projector.

For the unversed, the Samsung Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro were launched in India at a starting price of Rs 27,999 and Rs 44,999 respectively.

The Watch5 smartwatch comes with an Armor aluminum casing while the Pro model comes with a titanium casing and a new magnetic D-buckle sport band. Contrary to the rumors of Galaxy Watch 6 series, these smartwatches do not come with rotating dials. They both have AMOLED displays.

The 40mm model of the Watch5 comes with a 1.2-inch display and the other 44mm version comes with a 1.4-inch display. The Pro model has a 1.4mm display.

Apart from this, you get Samsung’s dual core Exynos W920 chip and Wear OS 3.5 software.

With inputs from IANS


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