We now have a clearer sense of the colors and sizes that Samsung’s upcoming smartwatches will come in. This information comes from the most recent leaks for the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

We reported about Samsung’s plans for their second generation of Wear OS 3 powered smartwatches earlier this month. According to what we discovered, Samsung appears ready to drop the Classic name from the more expensive Galaxy Watch 4 model from a year ago and instead choose to produce a Galaxy Watch 5 Pro without a rotating bezel.

The most recent information was given by well-known leaker Evan Blass, who shared a picture of a range of listings for the Galaxy Watch 5 series. These entries include the internal Samsung codenames for the two watches, Heart and Project X, as well as the retail names for each device, Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy Watch5 Pro.

The Galaxy Watch 5 is mentioned to come in two sizes, as would be expected, while the Pro version only appears to come in one size. Further crucially, the lists go into more detail about the colors that each Galaxy Watch 5 model should come in.

There will be two color options for the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, Black Titanium and Gray Titanium. This confirms earlier suspicions that the pricey watch would be made of high-end components like titanium and sapphire glass.

The two sizes of the regular Galaxy Watch 5 will, however, come in slightly different color palettes. The neutral light and dark hues of Silver and Graphite will be offered in both sizes. The Galaxy Watch 5 will come in two sizes: a larger one in an exclusive Sapphire hue and a smaller one in Pink Gold. The Galaxy Watch 4 did something similar when separating its larger and smaller variants, using different colors of Green and Pink Gold.

Series of colors for the Galaxy Watch 5
Sapphire and Graphite (Large only) rosy gold (Small only) Apple Watch Series 3

Titanium color: gray and black It’s obvious that the release of the Galaxy Watch 5 series is drawing nearer as leaks increase and Samsung makes its own preparations. Although some speculate that the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4 will also be shown at the event, Samsung has not yet shared details of its intentions.

What do you think of these recently discovered Galaxy Watch 5 series colors? Which do you think you’d like to purchase? Tell us in the comments section.

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