Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 7 set to get a Huge Upgrade

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Samsung is likely going to announce the Galaxy Watch 7 models in July at its annual Unpacked event. Lately, we’ve been hearing rumors that there would be three models available this year. And now there’s a new rumor that points to a rather large upgrade for the Galaxy Watch 7.

According to Sammobile, the Galaxy Watch 7 is going to come with 32GB of storage, doubling the storage available on the Galaxy Watch 6 models. You might be wondering what this extra storage would really mean, since apps are already pretty small, and you likely don’t install many apps anyways. Well, that would allow more room to store songs offline. And it should also make the watch a bit more speedy.

Galaxy Watch 7 will be first Samsung product with a 3nm chipset

Rumor has it that the Galaxy Watch 7 is going to be the first product from Samsung that will launch with a 3nm chipset. This new chipset is said to be about 50% more power efficient compared to what the Galaxy Watch 6 has under its hood, and it also will run a newer version of Wear OS and One UI Watch.

Currently, Samsung is using the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 for its flagship phones, which is a 4nm processor. Though we do expect the Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 to be announced later this year with a 3nm process.

Finally, Samsung is also said to be changing up the model numbers for the Galaxy Watch 7 series. With them being the SM-L300 and SM-L305 for the base variant, SM-L310 and SM-L315 for the middle one and the high-end will use SM-L700 and SM-L705. It’s said that the models ending with a 5 are going to be eSIM models using 4G LTE.

Samsung will likely announce the new Galaxy Watch 7 at Unpacked in July, alongside its new foldables – Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6. This is where Samsung has announced the Galaxy Watch for the past few years, so this would not be surprising at all.

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