We’ve already heard a lot about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro – enough that we’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of high-end wearables – and today we have a few more leaked renders to peruse.
Courtesy of 91 furniture (opens in new tab)Renders show the two smartwatches and a total of five different colors ahead of the big launch of the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (scheduled for August 10th).
The leak matches images we’ve seen previously on the web, while adding a few more angles for us to take a look at. While the designs aren’t changing much from their predecessors, they’ve been slightly refined in places.
colors and battery
It looks like we’re getting at least the Pro model in black and grey, and the standard model in black, rose gold and what appears to be the Bora Purple hue that the Samsung Galaxy S22 smartphone has just been made available in.
The last thing we heard about these wearables was that the new watches would be about the same price as the current models, although the Pro model (known as the Classic model last year) is getting a big boost in terms of battery life.
These photos also appear to corroborate another earlier rumor, specifically that the rotating bezel of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be dropped as it transforms into the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro – which is a shame as it was a useful method of operation. the watch.
Analysis: What to Expect on August 10
There’s likely to be plenty of new hardware from Samsung on August 10th. The tech giant has already confirmed that it is holding a product launch event that day and is also dropping a lot of hints about what we can expect.
And where Samsung has yet to provide information, leaks have filled in the gaps: check out the recently revealed renders of the upcoming Galaxy Z Fold 4 folding phone, for example, which sport an attractive and stylish aesthetic.
Put it all together and it looks like we’ll have the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 Pro – at least.
That’s an impressive list of products and is likely to catch the eye of Apple, Google, and all of Samsung’s other competitors in various categories. As for the Samsung Galaxy S23, it likely won’t see the light of day until January.