The Samsung Galaxy Watch which is expected to launch alongside the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, is expected to come in two sizes. A bunch of FCC documents have revealed that there are two sizes in tow. Yesterday’s leak detailed a watch with a 1.19-inch round display while the new documents have revealed a larger 1.3-inch display. The larger watch has a 48mm chassis as compared to the smaller one’s 43.4mm.
The two CAD drawings are proof of the difference in size. The larger one is likely to be the sportier version while the smaller version would be a regular smartwatch for every-day use. Or Samsung might have opted to unveil the smartwatch in two sizes to better appeal the crowd. Both the watches will likely have the same specs with a few cosmetic changes and a feature more here and there.
It was confirmed by an earlier report that one variant of the watch will come equipped with 4G LTE. WiFi and Bluetooth will also be a part of the package. The battery is expected to be somewhere around 500mAh. If the Samsung Galaxy Watch is not unveiled alongside the Note 9, it might see a launch at the IFA 2018 tech trade show in Berlin, Germany on August 30.