Samsung is going to launch a new set of Galaxy Watch 4. Although we don’t know the exact date of its release, the expected one is in the month of August. Recently, Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 pass through FCC certification with a model number SM885U. According to the FCC listing, the watch will support LTE connectivity.
Rumors about Galaxy Watch 4
As per the previous leaks from tipster Ice Universe, the latest watch 4 will run Wear OS that means it will support Android instead of Tizen. we heard that it might be due to unavailability of Tizen App Store. Further, it will have a new version of Samsung’s One UI, that will be alike to that of previous models except some differences in the operating systems.
Some leaks also suggest that this watch will have a rotating bezel and walkie-talkie feature, making it exceptional from past models. It will be launched in two screen sizes. Watch 4 will be available in 42mm and 46mm sizes. While Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 Active will unveil in 40mm and 42mm display sizes.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 FCC Listing
We can not quote the exact launch date for this watch but it may debut at the end of August 2021. However, we can provide you with some specifications of the Galaxy Watch 4, as revealed in the FCC listing. Important to note that, both Variants of Galaxy Watch 4, the wi-fi, and LTE have passed the FCC certicication.
According to a report, Galaxy Watch 4 will support various LTE bands and will support Bluetooth, NFC, and Wi-Fi 2.4GHz/ 5GHz. The report also mentioned that, the battery model number is (EB-BR880ABY). Which will be of 240mAh that was listed in the previous Safety Korea certification. The battery power suggests that it will be like that of watch 3.
Importantly, it will support wireless charging of 5W alongside other accessories stated in the listing. The charger number EP-OR825 is the same as Watch 2 and Watch 3 wearable, So if you own previous models you have a benefit as you would not have to spend extra bugs.