There is nothing remained secret that Korean tech giant is working on a new smartwatch which will be a successor to the Gear Sport released earlier. Just a few days the upcoming Samsung’s smartwatch got EEC certification in Russia and now the it appeared on the FCC website with code name ‘Pulse’ and model SM-R500.
Gear Sport 2019 SM-R500 details:
The FCC only reveals a few generic specifications of the device. What we have seen so far is that SM-R500 is the only Galaxy Sport variant that has surfaced online so far. The smartwatch will feature Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth connectivity, other specifications confirmed so far are, the device will come in a single 4GB internal storage variant and unlike it’s predecessor that came in single size the Gear Sport 2019 will be available in different sizes.
In the software department the device will be running Tizen OS out of the box, further it is expected to come with Samsung’s Bixby assistant and along with Bixby Reminder support as well. Worth noticing is that the FCC website also reveals a new Wireless charger with model EP-OR500 and name “X PAD for Pulse”, so it’s a concrete proof that Gear Sport 2019 will also feature a wireless charging too. Samsung is also expected to launch two more wearable with SM-R370 and SM-R375 wearable as Galaxy Fit fitness tracker. The unpack event will be held in San Francisco on February 20 along side Galaxy S10 lineup.