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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro just tipped to replace Classic

Samsung introduced two models with the Galaxy Watch 4: the standard version and the more expensive Classic, which is larger and offers a rotating bezel, giving users another way to interact with apps.

According to SamMobile, Samsung won’t repeat that with the Galaxy Watch 5, which ditched the Classic name and replaced it with a Pro model. We’ve heard quite a bit about this mysterious Pro version already, and it looks like it’ll pack a 572mAh battery – a whopping in terms of wearables and a 60% boost from the 361mAh cell found in the Galaxy Watch. 4 of 46mm.

For reference, the Apple Watch 7 is said to have a tear-free 309mAh battery, so the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro can be charged much longer than the best smartwatch available. But we don’t know what Apple has planned for the Apple Watch 8.

Does this mean the death of the spinning loom? SamMobile’s report is keeping its bets by simply stating that it’s possible, but for my money, I’d be very surprised if Samsung dropped a feature that’s proven popular with fans and reviewers alike.

For me, it’s probably just a branding issue.

Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: trademark issue

Samsung has struggled to stay connected to its trademark guns with wearable devices. Between 2013 and 2017, Samsung used the “Gear” name on its smartwatches before adopting the “Galaxy Watch” for a more explicit connection to its best-selling line of smartphones.

But even then things weren’t exactly clear on the two brands: Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active – especially when new versions of each aren’t always released together. The Galaxy Watch 4 series basically combined the two, with the former being “Classic” and the latter being the standard Galaxy Watch.

Given this unstable date, the most likely explanation for me is that it was just another rebranding. “Classic” really means nothing to those unfamiliar with Samsung’s portable history, while everyone instinctively understands what “Pro” means and why you might want to pay more for it. In other words, I suspect the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will be a direct replacement for the Classic, rotating bezel and all.

Of course, this does not explain the massive battery, and as I wrote earlier, there are several possible explanations for this: it could be to compensate for more health sensors for adventurers who need to rely on to GPS longer, or simply to improve the somewhat disappointing endurance of the last generation. Samsung’s sales data may prove that some buyers like big, bulky devices.

We will have to wait and see. If past form is to continue, we could see new wearables arriving in August – possibly alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.


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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro just tipped to replace Classic

With the Galaxy Watch 4, Samsung introduced two models: the regular version, and the more expensive Classic, which was larger and offered a rotating bezel, giving users another way to interact with apps.
According to SamMobile, Samsung won’t be repeating this with the Galaxy Watch 5, with the Classic name abandoned and a Pro model arriving in its place. We’ve heard a little about this mysterious Pro version before and it will apparently pack a 572mAh battery — enormous in wearable terms, and a 60% increase on the 361mAh cell found in the 46mm Galaxy Watch 4. 
For reference, the Apple Watch 7 reportedly has a 309 mAh battery based on teardowns, so the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro could last a lot longer on a charge than the current best smartwatch. However, we don’t know what Apple has planned for the Apple Watch 8. 
Does this mean the death of the rotating bezel? SamMobile’s report hedges its bets merely stating that it’s possible, but for my money, I’d be very surprised if Samsung abandoned a feature that has proved popular with fans and reviewers alike. 
For me, this is likely to be a simple branding issue.
Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: A question of branding 
Samsung has struggled to stick to its branding guns with wearables. Between 2013 and 2017, Samsung pushed the ‘Gear’ name on its smartwatches, before embracing ‘Galaxy Watch’ for a more obvious link to its best-selling smartphone series. 
But even then, things weren’t exactly clear with the two brands: Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active — especially when new versions of each weren’t always released in tandem. The Galaxy Watch 4 series essentially combined the two with the former becoming the ‘Classic’ and the latter becoming the standard Galaxy Watch.
With that indecisive history in mind, for me, the most likely explanation is that this is just another rebrand. “Classic” doesn’t really mean anything to those who aren’t familiar with Samsung’s wearable history, whereas everybody instinctively understands what “Pro” means, and why you might want to pay more for it. In other words, I suspect that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will directly replace the Classic, rotating bezel and all.
Of course, that doesn’t explain the huge battery, and as I wrote before there are a number of possible explanations for that: it could be to compensate for more health sensors, aimed at adventurers who need to lean on the GPS for longer or simply to improve on the somewhat disappointing stamina of the last generation. It may just be that Samsung’s sales data proves that certain buyers like big, chunky devices.
We’ll have to wait and see. If past form is anything to go by, we could well see the new wearables arrive in August — possibly alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.   

#Samsung #Galaxy #Watch #Pro #tipped #replace #Classic

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro just tipped to replace Classic

With the Galaxy Watch 4, Samsung introduced two models: the regular version, and the more expensive Classic, which was larger and offered a rotating bezel, giving users another way to interact with apps.
According to SamMobile, Samsung won’t be repeating this with the Galaxy Watch 5, with the Classic name abandoned and a Pro model arriving in its place. We’ve heard a little about this mysterious Pro version before and it will apparently pack a 572mAh battery — enormous in wearable terms, and a 60% increase on the 361mAh cell found in the 46mm Galaxy Watch 4. 
For reference, the Apple Watch 7 reportedly has a 309 mAh battery based on teardowns, so the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro could last a lot longer on a charge than the current best smartwatch. However, we don’t know what Apple has planned for the Apple Watch 8. 
Does this mean the death of the rotating bezel? SamMobile’s report hedges its bets merely stating that it’s possible, but for my money, I’d be very surprised if Samsung abandoned a feature that has proved popular with fans and reviewers alike. 
For me, this is likely to be a simple branding issue.
Galaxy Watch 5 Pro: A question of branding 
Samsung has struggled to stick to its branding guns with wearables. Between 2013 and 2017, Samsung pushed the ‘Gear’ name on its smartwatches, before embracing ‘Galaxy Watch’ for a more obvious link to its best-selling smartphone series. 
But even then, things weren’t exactly clear with the two brands: Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active — especially when new versions of each weren’t always released in tandem. The Galaxy Watch 4 series essentially combined the two with the former becoming the ‘Classic’ and the latter becoming the standard Galaxy Watch.
With that indecisive history in mind, for me, the most likely explanation is that this is just another rebrand. “Classic” doesn’t really mean anything to those who aren’t familiar with Samsung’s wearable history, whereas everybody instinctively understands what “Pro” means, and why you might want to pay more for it. In other words, I suspect that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will directly replace the Classic, rotating bezel and all.
Of course, that doesn’t explain the huge battery, and as I wrote before there are a number of possible explanations for that: it could be to compensate for more health sensors, aimed at adventurers who need to lean on the GPS for longer or simply to improve on the somewhat disappointing stamina of the last generation. It may just be that Samsung’s sales data proves that certain buyers like big, chunky devices.
We’ll have to wait and see. If past form is anything to go by, we could well see the new wearables arrive in August — possibly alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4.   

#Samsung #Galaxy #Watch #Pro #tipped #replace #Classic


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