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Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra And Galaxy Watch FE (Wifi) Appeared On UAE’s TDRA Certification Website

Samsung is gearing up for its next Galaxy Unpacked Event which is expected to happen in July 2024. And ahead of this event, I have something new to share. I have spotted the Galaxy Watch Ultra and the Galaxy Watch FE (WiFi variant) on the UAE’s TDRA certification.

You can check my findings below.

Samsung Galaxy Watch FE (Wifi) TDRA

There has been a lot of confusion and speculation regarding the name of Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch. Previously, a reliable tipster, Max Jumbor, suggested that it would be called the Galaxy Watch 4 (2024) and not FE. However, another report claimed that the smartwatch would be named the Galaxy Watch FE and would come in two variants: LTE and WiFi + Bluetooth. According to this report, the model number SM-R861 would correspond to the WiFi variant, while SM-R866 would be the LTE version.

Now, it appears that the smartwatch will indeed be called the Samsung Galaxy Watch FE, as per the recent TDRA certification. The listing confirms that the model SM-R861 is the WiFi + Bluetooth variant of this smartwatch.

A few days ago, several devices appeared on the FCC, among them a device with the model number SM-R861. While the FCC listing did not confirm the name, but revealed it to come with a 5W Fast Charging support. Since it is going to be a repackaged version of the Galaxy Watch 4 from 2021, we can expect a 40mm and 44mm dial also.


However, both Max and the report by Android Headlines claim it to be a repackaged version of the 4-year-old Galaxy Watch 4. So it is likely it will carry all the hardware specs of that smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra TDRA

The listing on the TDRA reveals that the model number “SM-L705F” will carry the moniker Galaxy Watch Ultra. Under the product type, it is listed as a GSM module, hinting that it will have cellular connectivity. Unfortunately, it doesn’t provide information on whether it will support 5G or only LTE. Beyond this, the certification does not offer much additional information.

However, it was recently reported that the Watch Ultra has appeared in a database with three different model numbers: SM-L705U (US), SM-L705N (Korea), and SM-L705F (Global) indicating different versions for various regions.

The ultra model is expected to boast advanced sensors for more accurate tracking of various activities. The smartwatch’s battery is also likely to be bigger than ever before. This is not the sole information surfacing on the internet, as a Greek news site suggests that this premium “Ultra” variant might be launched as the Galaxy Watch X. According to the report, the smartwatch can be water-resistant up to 100 meters and run for 100 hours. It is also expected to have a larger battery size of 578mAh, with a battery model number EB-BL705ABY.

Based on the information shared by the Greek news website, it will be called the Galaxy Watch X. However, a new listing on the TDRA has complicated matters. This either means that the info shared by the news website is incorrect, or Samsung may launch the smartwatch with different names in different countries.

According to this new information, the earlier leaked renders of the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra might actually belong to this Galaxy Watch Ultra. Additionally, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 was spotted on Bluetooth SIG with the model number SM-L305U. Clearly, there is much more to come in the upcoming days, but for now, it’s important to take this information with a pinch of salt.

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