New Renders Reveal the Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Ultra


Samsung is expected to hold its annual Unpacked event in July where we will meet the company’s new Galaxy foldable and the new Galaxy Watch series. The smartwatch family will come under its Galaxy Watch7 generation, and according to leaked info, we will see new additions this year. We will also see the launch of a new premium variant dubbed Galaxy Watch7 Ultra. The new smartwatch had its design leaked through renders from reliable sources.

Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Comes With a New Distinct Design Language

The latest set of high-quality renders shows the Samsung Galaxy Watch7 Ultra from all sides. The renders suggest some of the features coming with the new wearable. The device adopts a mixture of a square-ish and circular design. As a result, the watch has a square shape with oval edges. The display and the rotating bezel remain circular. It’s a distinct design if we compare it with older Galaxy Watch series devices.

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The renders also show a third, round button flanked by the usual power and back buttons. Unfortunately, it’s hard to make a bet on the new button’s function. Moving on, the images also reveal a larger speaker grille. We have a new sensor alignment on the back and a more seamless integration of the watch band with the watch body. The display keeps the same size but adopts a 1.5-inch diagonal like the current Galaxy Watch6 Classic. It also fits in the same 47mm size.

Earlier reports point to an upgraded SoC, longer battery life, and the blood sugar monitoring Samsung has been working over the last years. Unfortunately, it remains unclear whether some of these features and upgrades will apply to other Watch7 devices. In any case, the Galaxy Watch7 Ultra comes as a direct challenge for Apple and its Apple Watch Ultra series. We expect more details about this premium wearable to emerge soon.

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