3nm Exynos W1000 to power the Galaxy Watch7

The Galaxy Watch is set for a major jump in performance and efficiency, courtesy of a new Exynos W1000 chipset, per a report from Korea.

The SoC is reportedly built on Samsung’s second-gen 3nm node – the SF3 – and represents a big step forward over the 5nm W930 in the current generation Galaxy Watch5.

Moving past Samsung’s smartwatch line and looking at Apple – the Exynos W1000 is a big step up from the 5nm S9 processor.

3nm Exynos W1000 could power the Galaxy Watch7

Reports strongly suggest that Samsung is readying three new smartwatch models. Whether those are an affordable (FE if you will), a regular, and a Pro, isn’t clear but is the most logical. Expect blood sugar monitoring, 32GB of storage, and a bigger-battery Pro.

Samsung is expected to announce the new Galaxy Watch7 models alongside the new Galaxy Z series around July 10, just in time to promote the new models at the 2024 Summer Olympics, which tip off on July 26.

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