It is not the first time Samsung has ever leaked one of its wearables, and it is not the last time either. The leak shows a Rose Gold smartwatch measuring 42 mm, and it was posted on Samsung’ U.S. website. After showing up online this morning, CNET was the first one to report, and @subeticme saw it first.
After realizing its mistake, Samsung has removed the smartwatch from its website. Furthermore, neither the specs or the price of the Galaxy Watch were listed by Samsung. This leaked that showed on the page is a confirmation that we will no longer hear from a Gear but from a Galaxy Watch brand. It seems like it is just a change in name as the Rose Gold wearable looks almost the same as the Gear 3 Classic.
As mentioned before, Samsung repeats its mistake and leaks its smartwatch again. Before announcing the Gear Fit 2 Pro, it was already leaked by…guess who? Samsung, the creator of it. The smartwatch was featured on the South Korean’s Netherland, Spain, USA and Spain regional websites.
What rumors do we know about the Galaxy Watch?
- A battery of 470mAh
- Heart rate monitor incorporated
- The Bixby voice-activated assistant
- It swaps Wear OS for Samsung’s own Tizen software
About the reveal date
In case you did not know, Samsung will host a technological event on the 9th of August in Brooklyn, New York City, the United States of America which will be called Unpack. During this event, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched, and we also expect the South Korean company’s upcoming wearable, the Galaxy Watch (previously assumed to be Samsung Gear S4) to come along with the high-end flagship handset. From other reports, we also know that this might be the last time Samsung will ever reveal a Note model.
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