Leaker provides display, RAM and battery information for Samsung Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic
Leaker @AhmedQwaider888 has shared details about a few upgrades the pair offer compared to the Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch5 Pro. Seemingly, @UniverseIce has endorsed the information too, reinforcing the likelihood of it being accurate. According to @AhmedQwaider888, the Galaxy Watch6 will start with a 300 mAh battery, which it will share with the 43 mm version of the Galaxy Watch6 Classic. Similarly, the larger versions of the Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic will rely on 425 mAh batteries.
Purportedly, both batteries will offer 20% 'higher performance' than previous iterations, suggesting that all Galaxy Watch6 series models will need charging almost daily. Meanwhile, the leaker claims that the Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic will have 30% slimmer frames and 20% larger displays to boot. @AhmedQwaider888 adds that all variants will ship with the Exynos W930, an apparently overclocked version of the Exynos W920.
Samsung is said to still equip its flagship smartwatches with 16 GB of storage, half the volume of recent Apple Watch smartwatches. However, the company is rumoured to have added 25% more RAM, yielding 2 GB of RAM and bringing the Galaxy Watch6 series on par with the Pixel Watch. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Watch6 and Galaxy Watch6 Classic at the end of next month, likely July 26 or July 27. Launching as part of a Galaxy Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Z Fold5, Galaxy Z Flip5, and Galaxy Tab S9 series, the Galaxy Watch6 series is rumoured to start at €319.99, with the Galaxy Watch6 Classic topping at €499.99 for the 47 mm and LTE edition.