Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Spotted On Bluetooth SIG Certification Website

Last month it was tipped that the South Korean tech giant Samsung will be hosting the second Galaxy Unpacked event of this year by early July. As per reports, the company will be unveiling Galaxy Z Flip 6, Galaxy Z Fold 6, and Galaxy Ring at this particular event. Not only this the company is also rumored to launch Galaxy Watch 7 series in this event. Galaxy Watch 6 series was launched last year in July and the same is expected for the upcoming Watch 7 series.

Ahead of this rumored launch, Galaxy Watch 7 has been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website with model number SM-L305U. The database reveals that the upcoming smartwatch will be supporting Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity.

Other than this not much has been revealed about this upcoming smartwatch from the above listing. However, as per a report by Sammobile, the smartwatch spotted on this website is the 40mm version of the Watch 7 with LTE connectivity for the US market. It is said that Galaxy Watch 7 may arrive with upgraded storage space of 32GB which is double what Galaxy Watch 6 offers.

Since there is still a lot of time left in the launch of the Galaxy Watch 7 series, we might come across some more updates regarding this upcoming smartwatch series.

Stay tuned with us to get more latest updates.




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