It was previously reported that the Apple Watch Series 8 will come in three display sizes, the largest of which is expected to surpass the 45mm display of the largest Apple Watch Series 7. shopping mode Apple currently sells wearables in 45mm and 41mm sizes, and with past predictions that a third member could be added later this year, DSCC CEO and founder Ross Young decided to reveal the first wave.
In response to a question on Twitter about the Apple Watch Series 8 display, the display analyst believes that the screen on the upcoming flagship wearable will increase to 1.99 inches, and if you do a small calculation, it will be 50.5 inches Diagonal display size in mm.
The aforementioned panel will be 12% larger than the 45mm model of the Apple Watch Series 7 and 23% larger than the 41mm version of the same model. That’s not all, as the Apple Watch Series 8 is said to be available in three versions.
One is said to be the regular model, followed by the affordable SE version, and then the ruggedized version, all three of which are expected to be announced alongside the iPhone 14 series. However, Young didn’t mention whether all three versions will feature a 50.5mm display, as that could increase component costs.
The larger display will bring some advantages to the wearer, most notably a larger battery, allowing the Apple Watch Series 8 to run longer. The extra space could also be used to install a body temperature sensor, although the health feature will only come after Apple’s internal testing. Sadly, the upcoming flagship wearable will retain the same SoC as the Apple Watch Series 7 and Apple Watch Series 6, despite the potentially larger screen area.
The Apple Watch Series 8’s 50.5mm display size may also mean it’s the only model with enough room for a body temperature sensor, a feature missing from the smaller version. Right now, there’s no way to confirm the change, but most of our questions will be answered when it’s officially announced.
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