Samsung’s Galaxy Watch6 has been creating quite a buzz in the tech world, and with the latest leaks, the excitement has only increased. A recent leak, endorsed by well-known leaker Ice Universe, reveals some enticing details about the new smartwatch family.
According to the leak, the Galaxy Watch6 family is anticipated to feature thinner bezels and larger screens than their predecessors. They will be powered by the Exynos W930 chipset, built on a 5nm process, and equipped with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. That’s an extra half gigabyte of RAM compared to the previous generation, suggesting that Samsung is aiming to provide a smoother and more responsive user experience.
The leak also offers some insights into the battery capacities of different models in the Watch6 line. The Galaxy Watch6 is said to sport a 300 mAh battery in its 40mm version (an increase from the previous 284 mAh) and a 425 mAh battery for the 44mm model, which is a growth from the 410 mAh in its predecessor. Interestingly, the Watch6 Classic’s two sizes will share these capacities. Although these figures might seem less impressive compared to last year’s Galaxy Watch5 Pro’s 590 mAh cell, it is worth noting that there have been minor improvements across the board when compared to the standard Watch5 models.
As for aesthetics, the most common colors set to launch globally include Graphite and Gold for the 40mm Watch6, and Graphite and Silver for the other models. As is typical with Samsung, more color variants are expected, each likely limited to specific markets.
The Galaxy Watch6 family is expected to make its official debut in the last week of July at Samsung’s Unpacked event in Korea. The event will also showcase other Samsung products, including the Galaxy Z Flip5, Galaxy Z Fold5, and the Galaxy Tab S9 series.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Samsung Galaxy Watch6 as we approach the launch event. With these exciting leaks in mind, the anticipation is certainly building.for Watch6 and also new Galaxy Z Fold5.