Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch, which will be available in both Wi-Fi and LTE versions, has appeared in the FCC’s database.
The Wi-Fi version is SM-R880, while the LTE version is listed as SM-885U. Both watches support dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, GNSS positioning and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, the watch also supports 5W of wireless charging.
The two versions of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch are 42mm and 46mm respectively. The watch will run Google’s Wear OS operating system, and the FCC database also shows that the watch supports local music playback.
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Igeekphone understands that Samsung plans to launch the watch ahead of the unveiling of the Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3 fold-screen phones, which could be tentatively scheduled for August 11.
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