Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 is tipped to be getting a boost in its battery life, but it is however not going to be a big one.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Is Tipped To Be Getting a Boost in Its Battery Life
If Samsung gets to stick with the same schedule as last year, then the successor to the Galaxy Watch 5 could be unveiled in august. And right now, the latest rumor from the rumor mill is suggesting that the Galaxy Watch 6 could beat it in regards to battery life.
This very rumor is coming from GalaxyClub via Phandroid and as per certifications for the upcoming smartwatches, the Galaxy Watch 6 will be carrying a 300 mAh or 425 mAh capacity battery but depending on its size (40mm or 44 mm, if it gets to follow the lead of the previous year.
That is up from 284 mAh and 410 mAh respectively. So while we are not really talking about a huge leap in regards to battery sizes, we are really hoping that the extra capacity and a couple of extra tweaks of hardware and software mean noticeable improvements in battery life.
Users Should Expect Up To 40 Hours between Charges
Samsung officially says that users can get to expect “up to 40 hours” between charges for the 40 mm and 44 mm Galaxy Watch 5 models, so we are referring to about a day and a half before you can think of charging your machine again.
There is however no mention in this particular leak of the Galaxy Watch Pro 5, which s you should know offers around double the battery life of the other cheaper model all thanks to a 590 mAh battery. With that being said, we will have to wait and see whether the tech company is able to improve on that figure this year.