Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 will be released in three models and will double the storage capacity

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 will be released in three models and will double the storage capacity

We’ve been hearing about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 series for a while now, with leaks and rumors swirling around. Just last week, a leak revealed that the smartwatch might be equipped with an Exynos W940 processor.

Now, a fresh report from SamMobile suggests that Samsung is making significant changes to its upcoming smartwatch lineup.

According to the report, Samsung is expanding the Galaxy Watch 7 offer to include three models. So far, the company has released only two models in the Galaxy Watch lineup, so this is an interesting change in strategy.

The extension may also mean a change in the usual naming scheme for smartwatches, although the exact naming scheme for these variants remains unknown.

Rumors also indicate that Samsung is changing the model numbering scheme for the Galaxy Watch 7 lineup. The first variant will have the model numbers SM-L300 and SM-L305, while the mid-level variant is said to have the model numbers SM-L310 and SM-L315.

The most expensive version of the Galaxy Watch 7 has model numbers SM-L700 and SM-L705. Rumor has it that variants with model numbers ending in 5 will have mobile connectivity and the ability to use eSIM cards.

In addition, Samsung is reportedly doubling the internal storage of the Galaxy Watch 7 to 32 GB, up from 16 GB in previous models. The increase in storage will be noticeable to users as it will give them more options for downloading apps, watch faces, and music playlists offline.

In addition, the Galaxy Watch 7 line is expected to be released with the Wear OS 5 operating system based on Android 14. The smartwatch, along with the new Samsung foldable watch, Galaxy Ring, and Galaxy Buds 3, is expected to be unveiled at the Unpacked event, which is rumored to take place in July 2024.


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