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Samsung is preparing for the much-awaited launch of its newest smartwatch series, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6. The upcoming lineup has cleared the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification, indicating progress towards its release. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series will include two models: the Samsung Watch 6 and the Samsung Watch 6 Classic. These watches are anticipated to be unveiled alongside the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5, with a possible launch window in July or August.
Two Variants : Samsung Watch 6 and Samsung Watch 6 Classic
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 will come in two sizes, 40mm and 44mm, according to the FCC listing. The 44mm version is designated as SM-R940, whereas the 40mm variation is designated as SM-R930.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 offers various connectivity options such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/a, NFC, and GNSS. Similar to its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series, the Watch 6 also supports wireless charging. The wireless charger for the Watch 6, with the model number ER-OR900, is expected to be the same as the one used for the Watch 5 series.
In addition to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6, there are rumors around the launch of the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Recently leaked renders of the device reveal that this model will feature rotating bezels, similar to the popular Watch 4 Classic. The Watch 6 Classic is expected to have a 1.47-inch Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 470 × 470 pixels and will be powered by a 425mAh battery.
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While the FCC listing does not provide detailed specifications, additional information about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series is anticipated to emerge from other certification platforms in the following weeks.