The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 could be limited to a minor performance boost, with a fresh leak suggesting the company is only preparing an iterative Exynos W930 chip for the smartwatch.
It forms part of a wider listing made by Samsung under the model number 'S5E5515' - the same that was used for those same two previous smartwatch lines - which also suggests it could just be a higher-clocked version of the W920.
Update: Read our full Galaxy Watch 6 review
This is also compounded by the Bluetooth 5.3 support shown in the leaked listing, which, again, is the same as the previous generation.
According to previous rumors, the W930 is said to improve performance by around 10% when it arrives inside the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.
With rumors suggesting Google is set to favor a Snapdragon chip for the Pixel Watch 2 over another Samsung offering, though, it's fair to wonder whether the Galaxy Watch 6 series could lag behind rivals running Wear OS 4.
We won't know for sure until the Galaxy Watch 6 is officially unveiled by Samsung, with whispers currently suggesting this could also occur a couple of weeks earlier than the usual mid-August Unpacked announcement.
Between now and the eventual announcement, we'll be on hand to cover all the latest emerging details and leaks, so stay tuned for more.
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