Considering all past leaks and speculations, it is expected that Samsung would probably launch the Galaxy Watch along with the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at an event scheduled on August 9th. The Galaxy Watch has been certified by several regulatory authorities granting necessary certification.
After getting certificates from the National Radio Research Agency (NRRA), a couple of models of the Samsung Samsung Galaxy Watch has now been certified by the Brazil certification portal. Certified models include SM-R800 and SM-R810. Samsung will launch the wearable in two variants. The certification hints that the brand would launch both these models in Brazil too. The exact launch date of the smartwatch is still under wraps.
Both the variants are anticipated to offer 4G LTE connectivity. Different screen sizes and the bigger battery would be the primary difference between the two. Unfortunately, the certification did not reveal much information about the upcoming smartwatch.
The same certification site has awarded certificate to the Fossil brand as well. A number of models including DW7E1, DW7F1 and DW7M1 have been successfully certified. Some models have already been listed on FCC. The FCC listing revealed that all models would arrive with NFC technology, WiFi and Bluetooth. The only difference between the models would be of straps, colours and chassis.