{“article”:{“text”:” Samsung’s forthcoming Galaxy Watch 5 series has now obtained regulatory approval from Thailand’s NBTC following the FCC certifications from last month (National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission). The NBTC certificate has been received by both the standard Galaxy Watch 5 and the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. The Commission’s website displays the model numbers SM-R905, SM-R915, and SM-R925, along with each device’s associated marketing name, as first discovered by Pricebaba. These are the next Samsung smartwatches’ cellular (LTE) versions. The first two show, respectively, the 40mm and 44mm Galaxy Watch 5, while the last one is the Pro version. As would be expected, these entries don’t provide any noteworthy information on the new devices. However, previous leaks have already made a lot about them public. Recently, high-resolution turntable renders that were leaked allowed us to see both models up close. According to the renderings, Samsung is getting rid of the beloved rotating physical bezel from its smartwatches to make room for larger batteries. The two Galaxy Watch 5 models are anticipated to have 276mAh and 397mAh batteries, respectively, while the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will have a massive 572mAh battery. Additionally, 10W wireless charging from Samsung is anticipated, up from 5W in earlier generations.

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