Samsung adopts the Galaxy Watch4 in the FCC

The Korean giant has adopted the Galaxy Watch4 smartwatch at the FCC in preparation for the upcoming official announcement. Galaxy Watch4 LTE smartwatch spotted in FCC database with model number SM-R885 and SM-R880 which are LTE and Wi-Fi models of the upcoming smartwatch.

Leaks published via Max Weinbach recently confirmed that Samsung is preparing to hold the next event on August 3 to unveil its new version of smartwatches, as well as the new generation of foldable phones.

It is scheduled that the SM-R885 model of the Samsung smartwatch supports LTE networks, supports dual-band Wi-Fi networks, and also supports Bluetooth, GNSS, and NFC. This model also includes a battery with the number EB-BR880ABY, which features a capacity of 240 mAh, according to the previous details, also supports wireless charging EP-OR825, which has a capacity of 5W.

Previous leaks revealed Samsung's plans to launch the Galaxy Watch4 in two sizes, and it is expected that these sizes will be 42 or 41 mm with 46 or 45 mm. Samsung also plans to launch the Galaxy Watch Active4 in two sizes, 40 and 42 mm, both versions also launch WearOS operating system with Samsung OneUI interface.

It is reported that Samsung offers a version of the Galaxy Watch Active4 with a design of titanium alloy with thin edges and 2D glass, with a chip with a precision of 5 nanometers manufacturing, and expectations indicate the company’s plans to launch a stainless steel model.

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