Galaxy Watch 7 and Watch FE Spotted at FCC With 15W and 5W Wireless Charging

Samsung will soon hold a new Galaxy Unpacked event which should premiere the next Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip lineups. In addition to the new foldable smartphones, the company should bring a new array of smartwatches. As per the recent reports, the company will introduce some novelties this year. Ahead of the release, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and the Galaxy Watch FE have been spotted on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 spotted with 15W Wireless Charging

The upcoming Samsung smartwatches bearing model numbers SM-L300, SM-L305, SM-L310, and SM-L315 have been spotted on the FCC certification. The Galaxy Watches with model numbers SM-L300 and SM-L310 offer Wi-Fi connectivity and likely have 40mm and 44mm diameters. The SM-L305 and the SM-L315 could be the LTE connectivity variants of the SM-L300 and SM-L310.

The FCC listing also reveals the SM-L305 will come with 15W wireless charging. That might not be impressive for smartphones, but is a step forward for Samsung’s smartwatch series. It is 50% faster compared to the existing Galaxy smartwatches. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 6 series support 10W fast charging. The FCC also confirmed the model number of the charger as EP-OL300.

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Galaxy Watch FE

Watch FE tags along

When it comes to the Samsung Galaxy Watch FE, it carries the SM-R861 model number. According to the documents, it will feature 5W wireless charging similar to the Galaxy Watch 4. Just like other FE series devices, we expect the Watch FE to be sold as a cheaper variant with intermediary specs.

Apart from the charging tech and model numbers, the FCC listing reveals nothing about Samsung’s new wearables. However, this is an interesting development as the smartwatches are finally leaving the cover to be certified by relevant authorities.

Judging by the leaks and rumors, Samsung is expected to introduce more smartwatches this year, including a super premium variant. They will bring new specifications and displays, and we might finally see the debut of a blood glucose monitor. Of course, we need to digest this info with a pinch of salt.

Now that the Galaxy Watch 7 series is finally appearing in certifications, we expect more details to appear soon.

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