Samsung’s new smartwatches will now be moving away from Tizen to meet with Wear OS. At least two upcoming series are expected to follow this new trend – the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch Active4. We already have shared our pre-release review for these two smartwatches. You may learn about the two here.
The two incoming smartwatches will have two models with some variations and have already received their certification through 3C – the Chinese Compulsory Certification – with a 5W charger. However, according to a source, none of these smartwatches will come with a power adapter.
According to GSMArena, the four variants are for the Chinese market and will carry model numbers:
- SM-R860 for the Galaxy Watch Active4 39 mm
- SM-R870 for the Galaxy Watch Active4 43 mm
- SM-R880 for the Galaxy Watch4 41 mm
- SM-R890 for the Galaxy Watch4 45 mm
One of these smartwatches will come with a battery power of 247 mAh. The other three could get bigger power cells. All these four smartwatches are expected to come with the 5W charging support.
Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4 in August.
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