The Galaxy Watch 6 series is expected to consist of four models this year, up from last year’s Galaxy Watch 5 series. That’s due to the rumored revival of the “Classic” style, which has a rotating bezel and is slightly larger compared to Samsung’s standard smartwatch.
SamMobile reports that a Chinese authority has leaked listings for the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, both in two sizes, 40mm and 44mm for the Watch 6 and 42mm and 46mm for the Classic model. The lists offer battery sizes for each size, which have the following typical capacities:
- Galaxy Watch 6 40mm: 300mAh
- Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 42mm: 300mAh
- Galaxy Watch 6 44mm: 425mAh
- Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 46mm: 425mAh
Comparing it to the Galaxy Watch 5, that’s about a 5% upgrade on each model. However, for those upgrading from the Galaxy Watch 4 to the Watch 6, that’s about a 20% upgrade, which will have a big impact on battery life.
However, this would be a downgrade from the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, which had a 590mAh battery. No word yet on whether a Galaxy Watch 6 Pro with the same battery capacity is in the pipeline, or if Samsung will use that branding at all.
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