Samsung Galaxy Watch7 to arrive in three versions with 50% more power efficient chip

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch7 will apparently arrive in no less than three versions, according to a new rumor on the matter. The wearables could be launching alongside the Galaxy Ring and Galaxy Z Fold6 and Z Flip6 at Samsung’s rumored Unpacked event in early to mid July.

The Watch7 will allegedly come in Classic and Pro iterations along with an unnamed third option. This could be the rectangular shaped Galaxy Watch that we recently told you about.

If this rumor pans out, it will mark a first: the first time Samsung launched three different versions of its latest smartwatch. So far in the past few years we’ve had a vanilla model alongside either a Classic or a Pro.

The new wearables are said to sport Samsung’s Exynos W940 SoC, which is purportedly 50% more power efficient than the Exynos W930 inside the Galaxy Watch6 series. That obviously won’t translate into 50% more battery life, but the improvement should be pretty good nevertheless. The W940 might be the first chip from Samsung to use its 3nm process, and that in itself could account for the increased efficiency. If that’s accurate, then we should also expect a 30% bump in performance.

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