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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 renders reveal it in all its splendour

The renders include both the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and Galaxy Watch 5

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Leaked Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 renders reveal it in all its splendour

The Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro’s 3D renderings have surfaced online a month before its anticipated August release date. Thanks to leaker Evan Blass and 91Mobiles. The renderings depict the two watches from every aspect and correspond to other information that has been revealed regarding the two gadgets.

Front and Back renders of Watch 5 Pro

Galaxy Watch 5 Pro

The first is the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, the more expensive of the two and the presumed successor to last year’s Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The bad news is that it appears like the reports about the watch no longer having a real rotating bezel are correct – there’s no indication of the fan-favourite mechanism in these images. As opposed to the two sizes we saw last year (46mm and 44mm), there is only mention of one model size, 45mm.

Front and Back renders of Watch 5

Standard Galaxy Watch 5

Then there’s the basic Galaxy Watch 5, which features a simpler design. It will apparently be offered in two sizes: 44mm and a smaller size that is specified yet. Both Watch 5 & the Watch 5 Pro are said to include two physical buttons to the right of their displays. Additionally, the option of LTE connectivity, GPS functionality, would be included. They’ll have a 5ATM water resistance. This means that they can withstand submersion in water up to 50 metres deep for a period of 10 minutes.

According to Blass, both watches will run Google’s WearOS 3.5 under a Samsung One UI Watch 4.5 shell. According to a prior rumour, they will enable 10W fast charging. And this would be much faster than the 5W charging of their predecessors.

Both watches, according to Blass, might be unveiled next month as part of Samsung’s annual summer Unpacked event. They’ll be accompanied by a new pair of Galaxy Pro earbuds. Moreover, new Flip and Fold foldable devices are anticipated as well, according to reports.

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