Samsung’s new Exynos processor to perform with Galaxy Watch 6 Series

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6, is expected to launch in the unpacked event that Samsung will host in July of this year. Along with the Galaxy Watch 6, and Galaxy Watch 6 classic is also gearing up for its launch. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 smartwatch will replace the Galaxy Watch 5, and it is rumored to include a rotating bezel. In the articles published from the previous week, we have got additional information about the Galaxy Watch 6. We are able to see Exynos 920 in a quite improved version.

The specifications of the smartwatch’s CPU have appeared online in advance of its release. An Exynos processor that delivers higher performance than in the Galaxy Watch 5 might power the Galaxy Watch 6. A new Samsung processor with model designation Exynos W930 has been listed on the Bluetooth SIG website, according to the reports from Tipster Revegnus. The description stated that this processor has the product number S5E5515, the same model number as Exynos W920 that was used by Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 but significantly an upgraded version of the chipset seen in previous Galaxy smartwatches.

The Bluetooth certification document further claims that the chip will be used in conjunction with a suitable RF chip to construct a device that supports WiFi and Bluetooth 5.3 communication. It is worth noting that the earlier reports claimed the Galaxy Watch 6 would be powered by an Exynos W980 chip, which was said to be 10% faster than Exynos W920, the Galaxy Watch 4, and the Watch 5 smartwatch series.

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Samsung is expected to launch new smartwatch models soon, so the new Exynos W930 chip will likely feature on the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, which could debut next month alongside the purported Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. These devices are expected to be unveiled at the next Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event that will take place in South Korea at the end of July.

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