The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 is expected to arrive in August or September. Samsung hasn’t divulged anything about it yet, but we already know the smartwatch will come in two sizes and pack slightly larger batteries than its predecessor. And while we await an official word from Samsung about the Galaxy Watch5, its wireless charger has been certified by South Korea’s National Radio Research Agency (RRA), moving it a step closer to the launch.
The filing on the certifying authority’s website doesn’t reveal the wireless charger’s charging speed, but it tells us the charger has model designation EP-OR900, which corresponds to the Galaxy Watch5 40mm model’s battery bearing model code EB-BR900ABY.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 with its charger
The Galaxy Watch5’s 40mm version will come with a 276 mAh battery and the 44mm model with a 397 mAh cell (EB-BR910ABY). That’s an upgrade of 29 mAh and 36 mAh over the Galaxy Watch4’s 40mm and 44mm variants, respectively.
More details about the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 will likely surface as we inch closer to its expected launch in Q3 2022.
Source (in Korean) | Via