Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 LTE Wi-Fi Variants Spotted In FCC Certification
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 LTE Wi-Fi

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 LTE Wi-Fi variants spotted in FCC certification
Upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 LTE’s Wi-Fi variant spotted online on its FCC Certification


Korean tech giant, Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Z Fold3, Galaxy Z Flip3, Galaxy Watch4, and Galaxy Watch Active4 on August 3, according to Android Police’s Max Weinbach.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 LTE Wi-Fi – Details


The Federal Communications Commission has granted approval to devices with model numbers such as SM-R885 and SM-R880 (FCC).

These look to be the LTE and Wi-Fi versions of the Galaxy Watch4 that will be released later this year.

The SM-R885 model has support for LTE versions as well as other connection technologies including dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GNSS, and NFC.

The battery’s model number is EB-BR880ABY, according to the advertisement.

This battery has a 240mAh capacity, according to previous listings. It comes with a wireless charging EP-OR825, which is capable of 5W wireless charging.

According to rumours, the Galaxy Watch4 will be available in two sizes: 42mm (or 41mm) and 46mm (or 45mm).

Along with it, the firm is slated to release the Galaxy Watch Active4, which will be available in 40mm and 42mm sizes.

The Galaxy Watch4 and Watch Active4 are believed to operate on a refreshed version of Google’s WearOS, which was created in partnership with Samsung and Fitbit.

Samsung’s OneUI is rumoured to be overlaid over the OS. The Active variant is expected to include a titanium alloy body, slim 2D glass bezels, and a 5nm processor. It’s also expected to be available in stainless steel.

Non-invasive blood sugar monitoring is unlikely to be possible with the Samsung Watch 4 and Samsung Active 4 versions.

The Watch4 LTE edition, which has received approval from the Bureau of Indian Standards, is also slated to arrive in India (BIS).

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