Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro to have a titanium body and sapphire glass

Peter, 16 May 2022

Samsung smartwatches have come in various denominations – Classic, Active, Frontier – but there hasn’t been a Pro yet. The first one is coming this year, according to several leaks, including some new details from reliable leakster Ice Universe.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro will allegedly have a lightweight titanium casing and scratch-resistant sapphire glass. This isn’t the first time that Samsung has used titanium, some versions of the Watch3 were clad in the pricey metal. But this will be the first time it uses sapphire.

Anyway, last month we heard that the Watch5 Pro will have a large battery, 572mAh. Well, large for a watch. For comparison, the 46mm Watch4 Classic and 44mm Watch only have 361mAh batteries. Certification docs by Safety Korea revealed that the 44mm Watch5 will have a slightly larger 397mAh battery. That still leaves the Pro with a 44% higher capacity.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 batteries: 247 mAh for the 40 mm model Samsung Galaxy Watch5 batteries: 397 mAh for the 44 mm model
Samsung Galaxy Watch5 batteries: 247 mAh for the 40 mm model • 397 mAh for the 44 mm model

It’s not entirely clear whether there will be a Classic model with the 5th generation. However, leaks suggest that Samsung is working on three devices, code named “Heart-S”, “Heart-L” and “Heart-Pro”. Presumably, those are the two sizes of the Watch5 and the Pro.

So far we haven’t heard of other upgrades for the Pro over the vanilla model, but info is still trickling out. There might be more to it than premium materials and a larger battery.

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Reader comments

Watch3 Titanium cost was 800 buck and Samsung is buying it back 16 months after release for 120 dollars in good condition.

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