Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Series Gets BIS Certification, Launch Soon

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Series Gets BIS Certification, Launch Soon

The rumor mill continues to churn in favor of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in July. According to 91mobiles, the Galaxy Watch 7 series has recently received Bluetooth SIG certification and now BIS certification in India. This step in the certification process hints at an imminent debut for the new smartwatches.

The Galaxy Watch 7 Will Be Available in Two Sizes

The certification filing reveals four models in the Galaxy Watch 7 series: SM-L300, SM-L305F, SM-L310, and SM-L315F. Additionally, the Galaxy Watch Ultra is listed under the model number SM-L705F, and the Watch FE is listed as SM-R861. This diverse range of models suggests Samsung's strategy to cater to different market segments, from entry-level to high-end. The Watch FE is likely aimed at budget-conscious consumers, while the Ultra is set to compete with the Apple Watch Ultra.

Leaks have provided insight into some key specifications for the Galaxy Watch 7 and the Watch Ultra. The Galaxy Watch 7 will be available in 40mm and 44mm sizes, with color options including green and cream. It will feature a sapphire crystal display with a peak brightness of 2000 nits and will have a durable build with IP68 and 5ATM water and dust resistance. Battery capacities have also been disclosed, with the 40mm model featuring a 300mAh battery and the 44mm model equipped with a 425mAh battery. An exciting upgrade includes a new 3nm process chip, promising a smaller size, improved performance, and better power efficiency. Storage space is also expected to double to 32GB.

A Rugged Design for the Galaxy Watch Ultra

The Galaxy Watch Ultra will take durability to the next level with a 47mm titanium case available in three colors: titanium grey, titanium silver, and titanium beige. The Ultra will feature a 10ATM water resistance rating, alongside the usual IP68 dustproofing. It will also pack a larger 590mAh battery and benefit from the same 3nm chip and 32GB of storage as the Watch 7. However, it seems the Ultra will only be available in a cellular version.

With BIS certification now secured, the wait for Samsung's official unveiling of the Galaxy Watch 7 series and the Galaxy Watch Ultra shouldn't be much longer.

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