Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and 5 Pro become FCC-approved wearables with varying battery capacities and a possible charger upgrade
Samsung has now registered the SM-R900, SM-R910 and SM-R920 as new "smart wearables" with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Based on these model numbers and their specs (which include low-energy Bluetooth and dual-band Wi-Fi), they are now taken to be the Galaxy Watch5 40mm, Watch5 44mm and Watch5 Pro respectively.
Indeed, some images included with the listings may prove that the R900, for one, is a Watch5. Should this be the case, the FCC may have just revealed that it will ship with a 276mAh battery, with a 397mAh capacity for its larger sibling and a much more generous 572mAh spec in the Watch5 "Pro".
The FCC may also have confirmed that at least some of these Wear OS accessories will be compatible with the new EP-OR900 charger that leaked earlier. Interestingly, the new listings indicate that it is capable of delivering up to 10W (5V/2A) of power, compared to the more standard 5W hinted at earlier.