According to reliable leaker Ice universe(opens in new tab), the Pro version of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series can stay up for at least three days. It is a bold claim, but it will up the ante in one of the key considerations when choosing the best Android smartwatch. After all, putting the upcoming wearable in the Pro category makes no sense if it doesn’t include premium features like a longer battery life. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro was previously rumored to include a massive 572mAh battery, which is way larger than the 361mAh battery found in the 44mm Galaxy Watch 4. The new rumor may hold some water, giving Galaxy Watch fans one more reason to snap up Samsung’s next Wear OS watch.
According to a recent report, it can operate for up to three days on a single charge. The battery life of the next Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is expected to be much longer than that of its predecessor. The battery life of Samsung’s next smartwatch might be at least three days. The latest rumour supports earlier reports about the watch’s battery life. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4’s battery life, which struggles to survive a full day without running out, has garnered the most criticism. This deficiency may be significantly addressed by Samsung’s next smartwatch.
More importantly, the Watch 5 Pro could be the first Wear OS model to offer three-day battery life — a big leap for wearables. Many smartwatch models from Samsung and Fossil, among other brands, hardly reach a full day on a single charge. Meanwhile, Mobvoi’s TicWatch Pro 3 and the Suunto 7 take exception, reaching up to two days away from a charger. A battery life improvement will be a welcome upgrade for the Galaxy Watch lineup despite the supposed removal of the rotating bezel, which has been a hallmark feature of the Watch 4 Classic.
We’ll have our confirmation when Samsung holds its second-half Galaxy Unpacked event on August 10, when the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 as well as the next Galaxy Buds Pro are expected to debut. Simply registering your interest in Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy smartphone, Watch, or Buds can result in a $200 discount if you decide to preorder after the new lineup is announced on August 10. Jay Bonggolto always keeps a nose for news. He has been writing about consumer tech and apps for as long as he can remember, and he has used a variety of Android phones since falling in love with Jelly Bean. Send him a direct message via Twitter or LinkedIn.