Samsung likes to make its products available at different levels. You can choose the latest Galaxy Tab S8, but the Tab S8 + and Tab S8 Ultra are many cleaners and harder to decide. So far, the Galaxy Watch portfolio has been limited to two styles: sporty and classic. According to new speculation, Samsung may be considering a major upgrade to the third model in the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series this year.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 is Samsung’s most requested top wearable in 2022 and may debut as early as August. According to the new leak, watch preforms will be available on much larger batteries. This is due to the Sam Mobile team, which created the findings based on insider knowledge and the Korean certification database. This is the first mention of a Pro model that is expected to be released on the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Classic. Veteran Samsung fans will remember last year dealing with the Galaxy Watch 4 and the larger and more expensive Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. So far, not so many, but Pro model could be much bigger.
There are rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Classic may also have battery upgrades, but the highest estimate is about 397mAh, which means the Pro model is one step further. Of course, a large capacity battery also means that the physical size will be larger. This is not ideal for small and light wearables. When the new smartphone goes on sale later this year, till then we have to wait for Samsung to handle this issue.
Even the best smartwatches on the market suffer from battery life. Even on the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, you’ll find that battery life is one of main complaints of users, and that watches average about a day between charges. Taking the Apple Watch 7 as an example, it might be the best smartwatch at the moment, but according to some tests, it lasts just over 24 hours. If you don’t charge it one night, you’ll be out of luck until you find an outlet.
On the other hand, Garmin stands out in this category. Some smartwatches have a mixture of dull and colorful displays and built-in solar charging technology, so they can survive for days or weeks without charging. The problem is that consumers want smartwatches that are comfortable, easy to carry, and have long battery life. This is a difficult combination. I’m looking forward to seeing if Google can solve this issue with the upcoming Pixel Watch.