samsung: Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro may feature a sapphire glass display, thick bezels


Samsung is planning to expand its smartwatch lineup with the new Galaxy Watch 5 Pro this year. However, the South Korean tech giant has not confirmed whether the upcoming Pro variant will replace the Classic model. According to a PhoneArena report, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is set to lead the series by being the flagship model as it will be made up of premium materials. However, this premium material will increase the price of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 5 Pro and will make it pretty expensive. Compared with its successor, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic which was deemed to be one of the best smartwatches of its time comes at a starting price of $350 (almost around Rs 27,000)
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro expected design
The report suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is expected to come with a titanium body and may feature a sapphire glass display. Sapphire is a high-end display material that is only used in premium smartwatches. Companies like Apple, Garmin and Huawei have all used sapphire displays in some of their premium products. Sapphire is an ideal material to use in smartwatches as it is very durable as well as scratch and crack resistant.
The report mentions that the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro won’t have slim bezels as well. However, it is not clear if the upcoming smartwatch will be equipped with rotating bezels or not.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro expected specifications
Earlier, reports listed some of the key specifications expected to be seen on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. The upcoming smartwatch will pack a hefty 572mAh battery unit which is 60 per cent bigger than its predecessor the Galaxy Watch 4. This will undoubtedly increase the battery life on the watch, however, this huge battery unit may result in a very large watch.
Samsung is also reportedly developing a temperature sensor for its next watches, but this technology might not be ready in time for the rumoured August launch.
In other news, Samsung has partnered with Google to help Android developers to sync fitness data between apps. Click here to know more.

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