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Samsung confirms Galaxy Watch 5 model numbers on its own website

We’re still about a month away from the launch of the Galaxy Watch 5 series, the next Wear OS flagship, and the leaks are really starting to flow for the lineup. Tonight, Samsung’s own website has confirmed the model numbers of the Galaxy Watch 5 series.

Highlighted by Roland Quandt on Twitter, Samsung posted early listings for all three versions of the Galaxy Watch 5, including the Pro model, on its international websites (in , , and ). This includes the presumed 40mm and 44mm sizes, as well as the 45mm Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

Unfortunately, these early listings are devoid of any new information – although they do at least confirm the model numbers of these upcoming smartwatches.

  • Galaxy Watch 5 40mm – SM-R905F
  • Galaxy Watch 5 44mm – SM-R915F
  • Galaxy Watch 5 Pro 45mm – SM-925F

Of course, these model numbers will differ depending on the model. These appear to be LTE variants, as the Bluetooth versions of the Galaxy Watch 4 series carried a model number format ending in “0” (SM-R880, for example).

Interestingly, this finally pushes Samsung past the “SM-R8–” pattern that’s been in place since 2018’s Galaxy Watch series. But that does make sense, given the Galaxy Watch 4 series was topping out that number format with the 46mm Galaxy Watch 4, known as SM-R890.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Watch 5 series in mid-August, with the smartwatch rumored to see a minor price increase compared to last year’s models. We also got our first look at the design of the series in a recent leak, suggesting minor overall changes and adding further confirmation that the “Classic” branding with the rotating bezel is going away.

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Author: Ben Schoon
Source: 9TO5Google

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