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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 adds battery life, screen strength, and temperature sensor

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 adds battery life, screen strength, and temperature sensor

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Samsung says this material is "60 percent harder" than prior watch displays.

Both Galaxy Watch 5 models look just like the official 3D rendering leaks scooped up by Evan Blass at 91Mobiles.

Their displays have been upgraded to sapphire crystal, which should help bolster the Watch 5's flat-front display.


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Author / Journalist: Kevin Purdy

Category: Technology

Topics: Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Samsung Galaxy watch Samsung galaxy watch Tech Wear OS Smartwatch

Source Website Secure: Yes (HTTPS)

Sentiment: Neutral

Fact Checked: Legitimate

Article Type: News Report

News Source URL: arstechnica.com

Readership Location: United States

Published Date: 2022-08-10, 15:31:20

News Timezone: GMT -5:00

Language: English

Original Article Length: 174 words

Reading Duration: 1 minutes read

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News ID: 1530140

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