Oops! Photos of the Galaxy Watch have just been posted online by Samsung on its own website.

The next Galaxy Watch from Samsung has been the subject of a lot of leaks, but the most recent one is a major one. It was developed by none other than Samsung themselves!

Accidentally listing the wristwatch on the United States edition of the company’s website was something that CNET was the first to notice. The solitary picture displays a 42mm rose gold model that has the model number SM-R810NZDAXAR. The posting has been taken down at this time.

Even while this number doesn’t completely connect with the current FCC application, the fact that the “R8” component is the same indicates that this might be a specific variation of the same device. We anticipate the clock will be available in two distinct iterations: the traditional Classic model, as well as a more rugged and masculine-looking Frontier variant. The size seen in the picture is 42 millimetres, which lends credence to the notion that there will be various varieties.

Regrettably, there are no specifics on the pricing or the specifications. The name of the wristwatch, however, will be the Samsung Galaxy Watch, and this is something that has finally been established. Now is the time to put an end to the speculation around the Gear S4 release.

It is anticipated that the smartphone would operate using Samsung’s Tizen operating system, most likely version 5.0, which was made available in May. There were rumours going around that Tizen might be replaced with Google Wear OS in the near future.

Previous rumours and leaks have suggested that the Galaxy Watch would largely concentrate on fitness and health, and there is a potential that it may arrive with a blood pressure sensor already integrated into the device. Additionally, it is anticipated that “killer applications” relating to activity monitoring and wellness would be included.

The battery capacity of the watch will be increased from 380mAh to 470mAh, and it will be able to connect to LTE networks. The fact that “Bluetooth” is listed as an option on the picture lends validity to the rumour that there will be LTE-capable models.

At Samsung’s Unpacked 2018 event, which will take place on August 9th in New York City, the wearable technology giant is anticipated to introduce the timepiece alongside the Galaxy Note 9. Since Samsung has not officially verified this, there is a possibility that it may be introduced at IFA 2018, which will take place later this month.

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