- Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked event will showcase the Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic.
- Key details include different sizes, AMOLED screens, lightweight build for Watch 6, and stainless steel rotating bezel for Watch 6 Classic.
- Both models will offer various features and health functions.
As we approach Samsung’s second Unpacked event of the year, leaks about the upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic have emerged. According to trusted tipster SnoopyTech, a leaked document reveals key details about these smartwatches.
The Galaxy Watch 6 is rumored to come in two models: 40mm and 44mm. The 40mm variant features a 1.31-inch AMOLED screen with sapphire glass, while the 44mm version has a slightly larger 1.47-inch display. Both models are made of aluminum and offer durability with IP68, MIL-STD-810H, and 5 ATM ratings. Surprisingly, despite its metal build, the Watch 6 is expected to be 28% lighter than the Watch 5 Pro and 40% lighter than the Watch 6 Classic.
Under the hood, the Watch 6 will likely feature an Exynos W930 chip with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage. It will run on Wear OS powered by Samsung and include newly developed sleep functions for sleep measurement and analysis. The battery capacity is reported to be 300mAh for the 40mm variant and 425mAh for the 44mm variant. Color options available are Graphite Grey, Gold, or Silver.
Moving on to the Watch 6 Classic, it will also be offered in two models: 43mm and 47mm. Similar to the Watch 6, the Classic is expected to feature a sapphire glass AMOLED display of the same sizes. The battery sizes, chip, durability, and software are shared between the two models. However, the Classic distinguishes itself with a stainless steel rotating bezel and additional features such as notifications, vibration, microphone and speaker, voice control, and various connectivity options including Wi-Fi, 4G, Bluetooth 5.3, NFC, and GPS. Health-related features include a pedometer, SPO2 level, heart rate monitor, ECG, calorie counter, and sleep reader.
Samsung is set to unveil these devices, along with other products, at the upcoming Unpacked event on July 26. Stay tuned for more information on the new Galaxy Watch lineup