Samsung is reportedly working on its next-generation of the smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch. The smartwatch was subjected to various leaks in the past and now, the smartwatch appeared briefly on the company’s official website.
The listing was first spotted by CNET and it reveals that the company will surely rebrand its Gear lineup of the smartwatch to Galaxy Watch with the upcoming launch. The listing was spotted on the company’s US website and it shows a 42mm rose gold model. The listing does not reveal any specs, price or features, but it reveals a model number SM-R810NZDAXAR.
Earlier, the watch cleared the FCC certification, confirming the Galaxy Watch name and some other information. the listing further reveals that the watch measures 51.2 x 43.4 mm and it will feature a 30.2mm display, which converts to about 1.2-inches.
The FCC also reveals that the model numbers SM-R815U and SM-R815W. The former is meant for the U.S., while the latter will be introduced in Canada. The FCC listing reveals that the watch will come LTE connectivity along with WiFi and Bluetooth band. The smartwatch will be compatible with all four major wireless carriers including Version, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
Previously, a report by Sammobile revealed that the smartwatch will run on Tizen OS instead of Watch OS, which was rumoured earlier. The smartwatch is all set to be unveiled on August 9th alongside with Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and a Bixby-powered smart speaker. The smartwatch will be up for pre-order from August 14 and all three products could be released on August 24.