Its appearance follows a similar registration in the US in May, which trademarked the name Galaxy Fit.
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The latest Galaxy Watch news
July 12, 2018 — Samsung to unveil new Galaxy Watch at IFA 2018
July 10, 2018 — Samsung’s next smartwatch to be called Galaxy Watch, logo appears
July 6, 2018 — Galaxy Watch could come with Wear OS, 470mAh battery and new UX
The tipster Ice Universe shared on Twitter that Samsung’s next smartwatch — named the Galaxy Watch — will run Wear OS after all.
About Gear S4 (probably called Galaxy Watch) Based on Android Wear, 470mAh battery, PLP package, it is expected to have new UX interaction and blood pressure measurement.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 6, 2018
June 7, 2018 — Yes, Samsung will not launch next smartwatch with Wear OS
A few days after the Wear OS rumor popped up, Blass took to Twitter with the following update:
Update: turns out these were actually just one-offs made by Google and seeded to some Samsung workers (i.e. keep moving, nothing to see here).
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 7, 2018
According to a tweet Blass shared, some Samsung employees have been wearing Gear watches that are running Google’s Wear OS (formerly known as Android Wear).
When will the Galaxy Watch be released?
In the past, Samsung has announced its newest smartwatches in August and released them shortly before the holiday shopping season begins in November.
The new Galaxy Watch will likely be announced in August or September at IFA 2018.
How much will the Galaxy Watch cost?
The Samsung Gear S3 started at $349/£349 and we’ll likely see a similar price for the new model. We’ll probably see the Galaxy Watch sell for around $300 – $350.