Battery specifications for the Samsung Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic revealed

The batteries that will power the next Galaxy Watch 6 series have been leaked in new detail, which completes the picture. We now know the battery capacity for the basic Galaxy Watch 6 and the Watch 6 Classic in all sizes thanks to an online listing from a regulator in China.

This new information indicates that the same battery will be used by the two largest Galaxy Watch 6 versions, the 44mm Galaxy Watch 6 (SM-R940/SM-R945) and the 46mm Galaxy Watch 6 Classic (SM-R960/SM-R965).

According to the new information, the battery will come with a 417mAh rated capacity and a 425mAh average capacity. With the probable exception of the Watch 6 Pro, the whole series has the same battery configuration:

  • Galaxy Watch 6 40mm (SM-R930/SM-R935): 300mAh battery.
  • Galaxy Watch 6 44mm (SM-R940/SM-R945): 425mAh battery.
  • Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 42mm (SM-R950/SM-R955): 300mAh battery.
  • Galaxy Watch 6 Classic 46mm (SM-R960/SM-R965): 425mAh battery.

If this wearable exists, there is no other information available about the supposed Samsung Watch 6 Pro or its battery life. There’s always a chance that the Watch 6 Pro was mistakenly described in past reports as the Watch 6 Classic, and this year’s Pro model might not exist.

The potential return of the physical rotating bezel on the next Galaxy Watch 6 series is still one of its most exciting features. This feature, which was eliminated from the lineup when Samsung introduced the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro to the mix last year, is reportedly coming back with the launch of the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.

Despite the lack of a release date, if we had to guess, we’d assume that Samsung intends to introduce the Galaxy Watch 6 series at Unpacked in August or September, along with the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Z Flip 5, and perhaps the Galaxy Tab S9 tablet family. We’ll keep you updated if anything changes. As of right now, there are no specifics on whether or not the Korean tech giant intends to introduce a new set of wireless earbuds later this year.

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