The latest Galaxy Watch 5 leak offers us our best look yet at Samsung’s super-sized smartwatches

We’re less than a week away from the official reveal of the Galaxy Watch 5 series, but that doesn’t mean the leaks are nearly done. With just days to go, a new report gives us our best look yet at all three models Samsung is ready to debut, along with some specs that promise serious improvements in battery life — in any case. case on the larger models. In any case, these new wearables promise to usher in the era of huge gadgets with matching batteries.


Our most in-depth look yet at the Galaxy Watch 5 series comes from WinFuture, showing each of the three sizes in their available colors. As expected, the Galaxy Watch 5 comes in two sizes – 40mm and 44mm – while the Pro model is limited to a massive 45mm body. The smallest model comes in gray, pink and purple and fits perfectly with some of Samsung’s latest gadgets. If you prefer small watches, you’ll have to settle for a 1.19″ 396×396 AMOLED display. It’s not the smallest we’ve seen, but compared to its gigantic big brothers, it’s downright small. Unfortunately, the battery too – at 284 mAh , it’s a 15% increase over last year’s 40mm model, but it’s nothing compared to Samsung’s bigger models this year.

The 44mm version of the Galaxy Watch 5 comes in gray, white and blue, and unfortunately it’s unclear if any of those colors will transition between sizes. The last two shades were missing from previous reports, suggesting they may be limited to this 44mm size. It features a 1.36-inch 450×450 AMOLED panel paired with a 410mAh cell. That’s a 14% year-over-year increase, and combined with some, your wearable should last much longer on a single charge.

The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is a larger, sturdier version of the 44mm model. Despite the 45mm case, it retains the same 1.36-inch screen. Instead, Samsung chose to use that extra space in a titanium case to squeeze in a 590mAh battery — bigger than anything found in the company’s previous watches. hours on a single charge, which is slightly more than the three-day estimate we expected. WinFuture shows this model in black and dark gray variants, without colorful bands.

All three models support charging up to 10 watts and, as expected, run on Samsung’s new Exynos W920 processor. Prices start at €299 for the 40mm model, €329 for the 44mm and a whopping €469 for the Watch 5 Pro. If you’re looking for an LTE model, expect to pay a $50 premium per device. Given the current exchange rates, these prices should translate almost perfectly to US dollars: $299, $329 and $469 respectively. We won’t have long to wait for official confirmation – Galaxy Unpacked is Wednesday, August 10.

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