Listing suggests Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 to launch with Watch Active 4


Samsung‘s set to launch its next wearable flagship line later this year. We’ve already seen a Finnish certification agency spilling a number of the beans just lately. Now, a list on China’s 3C web site (h/t MyFixGuide) has shared some extra particulars on the Galaxy Watch 4.

The itemizing suggests the Galaxy Watch 4 collection (mannequin numbers SM-R880 and SM-R890) will arrive alongside the Galaxy Watch Active 4. While the itemizing doesn’t point out the latter by identify, it’s largely believed that SM-R860 and SM-R870 are the following Active watches. If you’re questioning why there are 4 mannequin numbers, Samsung appears doubtless to launch the 2 fashions in two sizes.

What else do we all know concerning the Galaxy Watch 4?

As for specs, not a lot is talked about concerning the two gadgets save for his or her charging speeds. The Galaxy Watch 4 and presumed Galaxy Watch Active 4 will help 5W charging, constant with the earlier fashions.

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There is one notable omission, although. No charger is talked about within the certification. It may very well be that the chargers will cross by means of in a separate itemizing; nevertheless, there’s additionally an opportunity Samsung couldn’t embrace chargers within the packaging.

While it could make sense to drop the chargers for smartphones just like the Galaxy S21, it’s a dangerous transfer for a wearable machine. While smartphone chargers are usually interchangeable, wearable chargers and cradles are slightly extra difficult.

It’s additionally potential that Samsung might reuse the chargers that got here with the earlier Galaxy Watch line. Either manner, it’s too early to verify Samsung’s plans. Once the gadgets cross by means of one other certification company, we’d achieve a clearer image. For now, you might have considered trying to maintain on to your Galaxy Watch 3 or Galaxy Watch Active 2 chargers.


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