Samsung Galaxy Watch6 With Powerful Exynos Chipset Is Coming: Apple Better Watch Out!

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro

Rumors regarding the upcoming Galaxy Watch6 family have started to pick up their pace. From the previous info, it’s clear that Samsung wants to bring back the rotating bezel design, which was originally present in the Galaxy Watch4 Classic. But that is not exactly the only thing that should get you excited about the upcoming Samsung watch series.

According to a recent leak, the Samsung Galaxy Watch6 series will introduce a new chipset. Named Exynos W980, the chipset aims to amp up the performance of the upcoming Samsung wearables. And the rumored info suggests that the performance leap could be huge.

Samsung WATCH6 Rumored to Be More Than 10% Faster Than the Predecessor

So, the new rumor states that the Exynos W980 will be more than 10% faster than the Exynos W920. Here, the Exynos W920 is the chipset that is powering the Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch4 families.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Series

Of course, a brand-new SoC will definitely be a great thing to have in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch6 series. After all, the Samsung Watch5 lineup had the same chipset as the Galaxy Watch4 family, which debuted back in 2021.

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Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Watch6 series chipset could be fabbed on a 5nm process. And as you might have guessed, Samsung will fabricate the chipset by itself. This switch, in terms of the process, could result in better battery life alongside the reported performance gains.

Galaxy Watch5 Pro

But that’s not all! The Galaxy Watch6 lineup is also said to feature a much larger and higher resolution screen than the predecessor. The series is likely to feature thinner bezels and come with higher-capacity batteries. All these are shaping the upcoming watches to be very feature-rich. So, if you have been using a Galaxy Watch4 or Watch5 smartwatch, the Watch6 could be a worthy upgrade.

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