With features very similar to the Galaxy Watch 2, such as stainless steel in its finishes and three colors, Samsung hopes to release in the second half of 2020, its new smartwatch, which will surely be presented next to the Galaxy Note 20.
This is the information delivered by the Sammobile site, which also advances some other things.
One of the first things that this smart watch will have is to come with an 8GB capacity, but “also come in a stainless steel variant, just like the Galaxy Watch Active 2. And, like the Watch Active 2, the new Galaxy will come in three colors: black, silver and gold ”.
There is also a high possibility that this smartwatch has a physical rotating bezel.
Sammobile also has other exclusive features that this watch will have.
“We know that the watch is manufactured in two sizes (each with Wi-Fi and LTE variants), and it is rumored that the battery capacity for the smallest is 330 mAh, which is much higher than the 247 battery mAh on the 40mm Galaxy Watch. Active 2. In fact, larger batteries seem to be the theme this year for Samsung, with the next Galaxy S20 series set to offer remarkably larger batteries that the Galaxy S10 line ″, sealan.
The new Galaxy Buds Plus are filtered
This week also learned about the leaking of the Galaxy Buds Plus, the next Samsung headphones.
As detailed, these will have a battery autonomy of up to 22 hours of combined use and only three minutes of charging will be enough to have up to one hour of reproduction.
Regarding the price, the basic model will cost $ 129 dollars, while the Galaxy Buds Plus will be priced at $ 149 dollars.
Google in the presentation of the S20
Another thing that was heard this week about Samsung rumors, is that Google be present at the event this February 11.
Something exciting is just around the corner. See you at Unpacked, @SamsungMobile: https://t.co/FU3iJCnf77 pic.twitter.com/M9pGlfRQ26
– Android (@Android) February 6, 2020
It is possibly something related to Android 10 and its compatibility with the devices presented, although others speculate that it is about the return of the Google Play Edition versions, or rather ofa version with Android One from one of the terminals of the South Korean company.