New details of the Galaxy Watch 4 LTE and Wi-Fi versions surfaced in FCC listing
Recently we heard that the upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 gonna launch soon, MySmartPrice now reports both variants of the Watch 4, connectivity-wise, have been spotted on FCC (Federal Communications Commission)’s website.model numbers SM-R880 for the Wi-Fi only variant, and SM-885U for the LTE one. The LTE bands of the latter are also listed in the documentation. Support for Bluetooth, NFC, Wi-Fi 2.4GHz/ 5GHz is also listed for the LTE model.
In the certification, there’s a mention of a wireless charger. Now FCC certification means, it’s going to release soon.
We can see on the FCC listing a list of accessories the Watch 4 was testing with, which most probably means the smartwatch will support them.
According to a recent leak, the blood glucose monitoring feature will most probably not come. The Watch 4 is going to offer a freshly updated Google Wear OS operating system, instead of Samsung’s Tizen, which is by the way a mix between Google’s Wear OS and Tizen.
The Watch 4 also expected to come in two sizes: a 42 and a 46mm one. On top of that, an improved 5nm chipset is expected to power the smartwatch.
According to Max Weinbach the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch Active 4 will probably be announced on August 3 And according to Jon Prosser these smartwatches will hit the shelves Wednesday, August 11.