Exclusive: Galaxy Watch 7 Series Will Feature Exynos W1000 Chipset

The Galaxy Watch 7 series is expected to launch alongside the next generation of foldable phones, the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and Z Fold 6, sometime in the latter half of 2024.

Earlier rumors suggested that we will see three variants for the upcoming Galaxy Watch 7, with the Pro model featuring a 578mAh battery. Now, we have exciting new details regarding the chipset.

Samsung is shaking things up with the naming scheme for their upcoming wearable chipset. We can confirm that Samsung will introduce the all-new Exynos W1000 chipset (S5E5535 is the code used internally to identify this model) for the Galaxy Watch 7 Series. 

Exynos W1000

Earlier, the Galaxy Watch 7 series’s chipset name was expected to be Exynos W940 (based on past iterations). The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 lineups run on the Exynos W920 chip, while the Galaxy Watch 6 packs the Exynos W930 chip.

While we don’t know everything about this new chipset yet, leaks suggest Exynos W1000 may bring a 50% improvement in efficiency and a 30% boost in processing speed. This could translate to longer battery life and a smoother overall user experience.

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