The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 will reportedly run on the new One UI Watch 4.5 OS based on Google’s Wear OS 3.5. Leakster Evan Blass also shared screenshots of the new watch faces and feature additions that will arrive with the new smartwatch. Now, the popular leakster, via 91mobiles, has shared high-resolution 3D renders of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 5 revealing its complete design. Blass suggests there will be two variants in the Galaxy Watch 5 series.
The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will be the top dog in the lineup and adorns a sophisticated design. It is built along the lines of last year’s Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The watch will get a premium metal body and silicone straps for comfortable all-day wearing. It gets two buttons on the right-hand side to perform various functions. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is codenamed Project X and will come with LTE and non-LTE options. It will come in black and grey colour variants.
The vanilla Galaxy Watch 5 is codenamed Heart and will be a successor to the standard Galaxy Watch 4 of 2021. It looks sportier and carries a slightly different design compared to the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. It gets a conventional watch-like buckle clasp for fastening the strap. According to the report, it will come in two case sizes and with options of LTE or Bluetooth-only variants. It will come in black, white, and blue colourways.
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The Galaxy Watch 5 series is tipped to be more expensive than the Galaxy Watch 4 series. It is rumoured to employ a body temperature sensor and could feature a 10W wireless charging support. The smartwatches are expected to be introduced at Samsung’s Unpacked event along with other products like the refreshed Pro earbuds and new foldable smartphones.