Samsung Galaxy Watch 7, Watch 7 Ultra Rumored to Feature 3nm Chipset, 32GB RAM

Samsung enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 series, which is rumored to be unveiled at the next Galaxy Unpacked event on July 10. As the launch date approaches, leaks surrounding the specifications of the new wearable lineup have surfaced online. According to reports, both the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra will be powered by a cutting-edge 3nm processor, a significant upgrade from the 5nm chipset found in the Galaxy Watch 6.

The Galaxy Watch 7 is expected to be available in 40mm and 44mm sizes, while the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra may only come in a 47mm variant. The Ultra model is rumored to feature a Titanium case and offer color options in beige, grey, and silver. With a display capable of delivering 3,000 nits peak brightness, the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra is positioned to rival Apple’s Watch Ultra 2. Additionally, the wearable is said to boast 10ATM water resistance certification, MIL-STD-810H durability, and an IP58 rating, along with a 590mAh battery identical to that of the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

On the other hand, the Galaxy Watch 7 is expected to be offered in green and cream color options, with a case made of Samsung’s Armor Aluminum 2 and a sapphire crystal glass. The 40mm model may come with a 300mAh battery, while the 44mm variant could house a 425mAh battery, both featuring a 2,000 nit peak brightness display.

With the upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 series, Samsung is set to introduce its Galaxy AI to the smartwatch lineup, along with the new One UI 6 Watch interface. Stay tuned for more updates as we approach the highly anticipated Galaxy Unpacked event where Samsung is expected to reveal all the details about its latest wearable offerings.