FCC listing reveals the possible size of the upcoming Galaxy Watch

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Samsung is planning to release a new wearable, potentially known as the Galaxy Watch.

The Galaxy Watch got the certificate from FCC recently and this certificate reveals the size of the watch.

FCC listing reveals the possible size of the upcoming Galaxy Watch.

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According to the FCC, The watch will be released under the model SM-R815, an LTE version with a display that measures in at 30.2mm, or 1.19-inches.

The Size is identical to the Gear Sports released last year which was a bit smaller than Samsung’s Gear S3 family which had 1.3-inch screens.

Interestingly, Samsung is going with the smaller size because the Gear S3 size was pretty big for most users.

Rumors are the new Galaxy Watch could arrive in two sizes, one is large like Gear S3 and one is smaller to suit those with smaller wrists.

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Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Watch alongside the Note 9 in an official event.

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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