Samsung has been hard at work in recent months, releasing and developing new gadgets despite the logistics and practical problems that may have surfaced in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 2, which could be called Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 according to some sources, could land on the market in July.
A popular technology news outlet that has shared values and verified leaks in the past has published a recent report which mentions that Samsung plans to announce its new range of wearable accessories in July, while the anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will be showcased in August.
Tidbits and secrets
Within the report, there are a few interesting details about potential bundles and some pricing speculations for Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus, which should be announced along with the new Samsung Watch. However, many of the details related to the watch remain elusive at this point.
It is worth noting that the original Samsung Galaxy Watch came with a starting price tag of $329.99. Some rumors argued tha Samsung would introduce new premium touches, including a rotating bezel and a titanium finish that could bump the price point to a value similar to that of an Apple Watch.
Name and performance
It was previously thought that the upcoming smartwatch will carry the name of Samsung Watch 2, but according to a certification filling procedure which took place in Thailand, the device will be called Samsung Watch 3, or Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 if we opt to include the range brand name.
Samsung may have opted for this name to prevent confusion among users who might believe that the Galaxy Watch Active 2, which is already available on the market, is a superior choice in comparison to the upcoming device. The name Galaxy Watch 3 was also mentioned within the code for the Galaxy Wearable app, confirming the name of the gadget.