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Expect faster, smoother performance from Samsung Galaxy Watch6 with new chipset

The Galaxy Watch6 lineup from Samsung has been a popular topic of discussion in the rumor mill, and it was recently revealed that the Pro model will reintroduce the rotating bezel that was missing from the Watch5 Pro but was present in the Galaxy Watch4 Classic.

There is now more positive news concerning Samsung’s wearable devices for this year. According to a new rumor, the Galaxy Watch6 series will be equipped with a new chipset, the Exynos W980, which is anticipated to be over 10% faster than the Exynos W920 that powers both the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch5 lineups.

Having an upgraded SoC is undoubtedly a valuable addition, particularly because it wasn’t one of the enhancements included in the Galaxy Watch5 series last year when compared to the 2021 Galaxy Watch4 devices.

Additionally, the new Exynos W980 chipset is rumored to be produced on a 5nm process by Samsung, potentially resulting in enhanced battery life for the upcoming wearables powered by it.

Moreover, the Galaxy Watch6 is set to include a larger, higher-resolution screen with slimmer bezels and bigger batteries. These appear to be significant updates, especially for individuals who wish to upgrade from the Galaxy Watch4 series.

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