Galaxy Watch 7 models spotted in new certification listings

Samsung‘s next Galaxy Unpacked event in July is expected to bring new smartwatches. Rumors suggest the company will launch three models under the Galaxy Watch 7 series. Two of those have just appeared on certification listings, confirming their existence.

Certifications confirm two Galaxy Watch 7 models

For the past few years, Samsung has launched two versions of its latest smartwatches. The standard model is paired with a Classic or a Pro model. The Classic version features its iconic physical rotating bezel, while the Pro version ditches it in favor of a bigger battery.

This year, the Korean firm is rumored to make three Galaxy Watch 7 models. There will be a standard version with model numbers SM-L300 and SM-L305, with the latter cellular connectivity via eSIM. We might also get a Classic model (SM-L310/SM-L315) and a Pro model (SM-L700/SM-L705). Rumors say the Pro will feature a 600mAh battery.

A Korean regulatory body recently certified this battery with the model number EB-BL705ABY. The same battery pack has now picked up a certification from India’s BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards). Spotted by 91Mobiles, the listing doesn’t reveal additional information. But it indicates a nearing launch of the Galaxy Watch 7 series.

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Additionally, the Bluetooth SIG certified the cellular version of the base Galaxy Watch 7. The model number SM-L305U indicates it is the US variant. The listing confirms Bluetooth v5.3, the latest commercially available version of the Bluetooth technology, for the watch. As expected, it doesn’t reveal anything else, not even the product’s name. All we can see is that it’s a smartwatch from Samsung.

A new processor and more storage are on the cards

These certifications may not reveal much about the Galaxy Watch 7 series, but earlier leaks have revealed a thing or two about it. Firstly, Samsung might ship the watches with a new processor. The rumored Exynos W940 is reportedly a 3nm chip with 50% efficiency gains and 30% speed gains over the Exynos W930 used in the Galaxy Watch 6 series.

Samsung is also doubling the internal storage space from 16GB to 32GB on the Galaxy Watch 7. Since you cannot externally expand the storage space, this would allow users to store more files on their watches. This can be helpful for people who listen to music during workouts or morning runs. They can store more music on the watch and leave their phones at home. Expect more leaks and rumors about the Galaxy Watch 7 series in the coming days.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Bluetooth certificationSamsung Galaxy Watch 7 Bluetooth certification