Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 5 Pro Colours Variants Revealed in New Leak

The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro might come with a Titanium build.

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Samsung is expected to launch the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 series later this year. The brand is said to launch two devices under the Watch 5 series – the Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. Ahead of the launch, popular Tipster Evan Blass has now revealed the colour options for both Galaxy Watch 5 models. Blass shared a screenshot on the micro-blogging site – Twitter which reveals that the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 will come in two sizes. Whereas, the Pro version will come only in one size.

The screenshot shared by Blass also reveals that the Watch 5 and the Watch 5 Pro are codenamed Heart and Project X respectively. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will come in Black Titanium and Gray Titanium colour options. This is in line with the earlier reports which claimed that the Watch 5 Pro will be made up of premium materials such as Titanium and Sapphire Glass.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, on the other hand, will come in Silver, Pink Gold, Sapphire, and Graphite colour options. The smaller-sized option of the Watch 5 will be sold in Pink Gold, Silver, and Graphite colour options. Whereas, the bigger-sized variant will retail in Silver, Graphite, and Sapphire colour option.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Series: What We Know So Far!

The Galaxy Watch 5 series might include a temperature sensor which will help users in detecting Covid-19 symptoms. The Pro variant under the series is said to come with Sapphire Glass and Titanium frame. The Galaxy Watch 5 variant will reportedly feature rotating bezel design.

The upcoming Galaxy smartwatches were recently spotted on the FCC certification database with 10W wireless chargers. As per the FCC listing, the smaller version of the Galaxy Watch 5 carries model number SM-R900. Whereas, the bigger-sized version has model number SM-R920. Also, the model number SM-R920 corresponds to the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

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Arpit grew his liking for gadgets almost a decade back in 2011 while researching for his first smartphone. He started reporting on consumer tech in 2018 and has also worked with FoneArena in the past.