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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 could equip new Exynos W1000 chip

Samsung is gearing up to launch the next generation of smartwatches, meanwhile, a recent leak suggests, the Galaxy Watch 7 series could equip a new Exynos chip called W1000. Yes, the Korean tech giant might be planning to adopt a new name scheme for the Watch 7 processor.

Galaxy Watch 7 Exynos W1000 chip 

According to the information, Samsung will pack the Galaxy Watch 7 with an all-new Exynos W1000 SoC, and ditch the rumored W940. However, the report didn’t reveal much details about this new processor, but we can expect it to be the better version of what we have seen on previous Galaxy Watches.

This chip is expected to bring some exciting improvements to the upcoming Galaxy Watch’s performance, such as faster processing speeds, improved efficiency, and enhanced battery life. Overall, with this upgraded chipset, the Galaxy Watch 7 series could offer users a smoother experience.


Moving on, Samsung is expected to launch three different models in its Watch 7 line namely the Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch 7 Classic, and Galaxy Watch 7 Pro. These devices will come with several upgraded software and hardware capabilities and one of them is AI-powered health tracking features.

Further, the Korean tech giant has not shared any information officially yet, but we can expect the firm to launch the Galaxy Watch 7 series alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 in July 2024.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 could equip new Exynos W1000 chip

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