Is Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 going to Launch in Three Different Variants?

In the latter part of this year, Samsung is expected to release the Galaxy Watch 7 series along with the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Galaxy Z Fold 6 smartphones. The Galaxy Watch 6 series from last year will be replaced by the flagship wearable lineup. According to a recent media source, Samsung is planning to sell three different Galaxy Watch 7 models. The study discloses the model numbers of each variant. Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 7 series could have 32GB of storage.

Sammobile reports that Samsung will release three different Galaxy Watch 7 models this year. There were reports that these phones would come in Wi-Fi only and Wi-Fi+eSIM versions. There are just two models of the Galaxy Watch 6 available: the Classic and the Standard model.

According to reports, the Galaxy Watch 7 comes in two model numbers: SM-L305 and SM-L300. The wearable’s top-end variant has model numbers SM-L700 and SM-L705, while the middle variant is reportedly designated with SM-L310 and SM-L315 model numbers. Model numbers that conclude in five might support eSIM and provide cellular connectivity.

The article also claims that 32GB of internal storage would be included with the Galaxy Watch 7. This would be a major improvement over the previous model. The 16GB internal capacity of the Galaxy Watch 6 series is impressive. At the upcoming Samsung Unpacked presentation, the upcoming range of foldable smartphones is probably going to be unveiled with the new Galaxy Watch 7 lineup. It is anticipated that the event will happen in Paris in July.
The Galaxy Watch 7 is expected to operate on a 3nm chip running a new version of Wear OS and One UI Watch, according to previous reports. It is claimed to have a 50% higher power efficiency than the Galaxy Watch 6.

In India, the base Bluetooth version of the current Galaxy Watch 6 costs Rs. 19,999, while the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is priced at Rs. 36,999.

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