The battery life of the Galaxy Watch5 Pro may put its rivals to shame

The first Samsung smartwatches to run Wear OS, which the firm co-developed with Google, are the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic. The battery life, however, is one of the main problems with Wear OS, since many customers claim that the battery drains more quickly than it should. However, the battery life of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 5Pro could be superior to that of several other Wear OS-powered smartwatches.

On Twitter, well-known tipper Ice Universe announced that the Galaxy Watch5 Pro’s battery life will last “at least three days.” The tipster hasn’t provided any other information, but it appears that under simple use case scenarios, the Watch5 Pro battery may last an extra day or two.

The majority of Wear OS smartwatches have batteries that only last 24 hours or less. However, there are a few outliers. For instance, the Ticwatch Pro series from Mobvoi is reputed to have a two-day battery life. And right now, the Galaxy Watch5 Pro looks to want to give more than what its rivals do.

According to rumors, the Galaxy Watch5 will be available in two sizes, 40mm and 42mm, as opposed to just one size for the “Pro” model. Its ancestors’ designs will be extremely similar to this one. But this time, Samsung is rumored to provide the Watch5 Pro a 572mAh battery, which is around 60% greater capacity than what the company’s existing Galaxy smartwatch models offer.

At the Unpacked event on August 10, the Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch5 Pro are expected to make their debuts with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4. At the event, Samsung will make additional announcements on these smartwatches and its upcoming foldable phones.

Will you purchase Watch5 Pro if a single charge lasts three days? Please share your thoughts in the comments area.

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