The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Pro is arriving this year, and its battery has been certified

The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Pro is arriving this year, and its battery has been certified
The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Pro is arriving this year, and its battery has been certified
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It seems that Samsung releases a new “Pro” smartwatch every two years. The Galaxy Watch5 Pro was arriving in the summer of 2022. Now it seems that we are preparing for the launch of a so-called Galaxy Watch7 Pro, the terminal being certified in South Korea. It’s about the model EB-BL7051BY, more precisely, a watch that has a slightly more generous battery compared to a “Classic” variant, for example. I have details below.

It is about a unit of 590mAh (typical size, the one we see in the actual specs). For comparison, the Galaxy Watch6 Classic has a 425mAh unit under the hood. That’s about a 40% difference in favor of the Pro model. It is rumored that in 2024 Samsung will not miss the launch of any model from the portfolio. Thus, both the Galaxy Watch7 and Watch7 Classic models, as well as the Galaxy Watch7 Pro, should be presented this year.

It is worth mentioning that the Galaxy Watch5 Pro also has a 590 mAh battery, hence the speculation that the Watch7 Pro smartwatch is in the works. The new series of smartwatches are rumored to bring next-generation Exynos CPUs that are 50% more energy efficient. Unfortunately, Wear OS is not exactly “gentle” when it comes to consumption, the autonomy being seriously affected compared to other smartwatches on the market.

The launch of the new smartwatches would take place in the summer, possibly in July, with the debut of the newest foldable Galaxy Z Fold6 and Galaxy Z Flip6.

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