Samsung has enjoyed a steady growth in popularity in recent years as the brand has released a large selection of excellent products that tend to leave the competition in the dust, delivering an impressive balance between style and performance.
The brand has been one of the first to release smartwatches back when the market was emergent, attracting a loyal fanbase. Many outlets agree that Samsung offers the best Android-based smartwatches that can be found on the market for now, and it seems that Samsung has been hard at work on new models.
Eagle-eyed internet users have spotted two listings on the official FCC website, which mention a few details about two Galaxy Watch models that could be released soon. Both models are listed with code names, with one being mentioned as SM-R845, while the other is called SM-855.
According to the listing, both models will come with support for LTE, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. This may infer that there are other versions which do not to offer LTE, and which haven’t been reviewed by the FCC at this point
Built for endurance
In the case of one of the watchers the certification was accompanied by a schematic of the rear of the watch, which mentions a few additional details among which we can count a 45mm size, the use of Gorilla Glass DX for the screen , water resistance for up to 5ATM, military-grade durability certification and a GPS module.
The report did not mention any additional details for the SM-R855, but the name conventions that have been used by Samsung in the past suggest that this is a smaller version of the other model. A new announcement from Samsung could be released in the following days as the Samsung Galaxy Smart Watch Active 2 was announced officially by the company after four days since it was listed on the FCC website.