Samsung’s summer Unpacked event next month is shaping up to be quite an exciting one, even as new details about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 models have emerged thanks to leaked renders. And these aren’t your regular low-resolution images either; they are high-resolution rotating renders that you’d be tempted to call official.
91Mobiles is the recipient of this batch of 3D “turntable” renders of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5. They tell us that the range will include two smartwatches this year, with each offering cellular as well as Bluetooth options.
The premium one among the two will be the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. It has been codenamed Project X and will come in either black or gray titanium colors. This Pro model looks like it will be a successor to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic from last year.
The regular model from last year will likely be succeeded by the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, which is codenamed, Heart. It will be offered in two sizes and will feature more color options compared to the Pro variant. It’s worth noting that both will run WearOS 3.5 with Samsung’s One UI Watch 4.5 on top.
As we said, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 range is most likely to be unveiled at the company’s regular Unpacked event in August. Apart from the two smartwatches, you can even expect the debut of Samsung’s updated Pro earbuds at this event.
And of course, the main attractions at the event will indeed be the company’s new foldable smartphones. We heard recently that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 might borrow the design of its predecessor but opt for a better 50MP rear camera sensor.
We’ll have more on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy lanches when new information is out.