The website SamMobile recently reported that Samsung's Galaxy Watch 2 smartwatch under development will have a more expensive titanium case version. Similar to competitor Apple Watch, Samsung will provide both aluminum and stainless steel versions for Galaxy Watch 2, allowing consumers to choose from different price points.
Apple Watch Series 5 currently offers 4 case materials of aluminum, stainless steel, precision ceramics and titanium, and the use of titanium as the case is also used by TAG Heuer Connected by Wear OS by Google. It is not known when the Galaxy Watch 2 will be available. It is estimated that Samsung may release it together with the Galaxy Note 20 series phones.
Earlier there were rumors that the Galaxy Watch 2 would have at least two improvements, including an increase in memory to 8GB, and a battery capacity increase to 330mAh. Earlier, two models of SM-R840 and SM-R850 Samsung smart watches appeared on the mainland regulator website, but it is unknown whether the aforementioned Galaxy Watch 2 or Galaxy Watch Active 3.