Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series SoC, RAM and storage details emerge
Amazon Canada may have leaked many aspects about the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, but its listings missed some crucial details. One such detail was which chipset Samsung had chosen, which SamMobile claims to have now revealed.
According to the website, Samsung has developed the Exynos W920 to replace the Exynos 9110 found in the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and Galaxy Watch 3. While SamMobile has not provided information about the chipset's CPU or GPU cores, it has offered some approximate performance gains compared to the Exynos 9110.
Apparently, the Exynos W920 offers 25% better processor performance and 8.8x better GPU performance than the Exynos 9110, although it remains to be seen why the Galaxy Watch 4 series would need so much more GPU capabilities at its disposal. Additionally, SamMobile claims that Samsung has equipped the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with 1.5 GB of RAM, 512 MB more than the Galaxy Watch 3 has.
Samsung is expected to unveil the Exynos W920 and its corresponding smartwatches on August 11 at its next Galaxy Unpacked event. Hopefully, the company provides more details on One UI Watch too, its fork of Wear OS 3.0. The smartwatch OS will have 16 GB of storage at its disposal too, though.