Samsung will present the Galaxy Watch 5 in several versions in a few weeks. There will also be a new Pro version of the smartwatch. It was actually expected that this would appear in addition to the already known models. But nothing will come of it, as Samsung itself confirms in an app.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Classic no longer exists

Actually, we expected Samsung to launch three smartwatches this year with the Galaxy Watch 5, 5 Classic and 5 Pro. The Pro model is expected with a much larger battery and higher quality materials. But now the surprise: The Galaxy Watch 5 Classic is no longer available. The smartwatch is not listed in the current beta version of the official Samsung Health app. The company only names the normal Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (source: 9to5Google).

This may not seem like a problem at first, as you are still being offered two smartwatches, but there is another rumor that has surfaced recently. The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will no longer have a rotating bezel. the the classic look of the smartwatch would be history and you have to expect that the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will just be a bigger version of the regular Galaxy Watch 5. If the bezels around the screen are as wide as they are on the Galaxy Watch 4, that would be a bit of a disappointment.

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In the video you can clearly see the difference in the design of the two Samsung watches:

When will the new Samsung smartwatches be presented?

We don’t have to wait long for the presentation of the new Samsung smartwatches. The Galaxy Watch 5 is already expected in August together with the new folding cell phones from Samsung. Then at the latest it will be seen whether the rumors are true. Samsung has now basically provided the confirmation with the Health app that something will change.

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