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The purported Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was spotted on Geekbench a few months ago. But this year, Samsung is renaming it the Galaxy Watch.

According to reports from ZDNet and SamMobile, Samsung will be keeping its Tizen operating system for the new Galaxy Watch.

For a few years the South Korean electronics giant has already been working on a foldable smartphone and a couple of times an actual device was expected to launch.

Expectations for the Galaxy S9, released in March, were very high, especially as it went up against the iPhone X. However, it seems that the smartphone's challenge has fallen short.

We have already seen reports that Samsung was changing their branding for their smartwatch. We must point out that the device shown in the live images looks quite raw or maybe it has to do something with the angle at which these images were clicked. There is also a chance that the company would adopt an oval shape for the AI smart speaker, powered by Bixby personal assistant.

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It is expected that the capacity of battery will be increased from 380mAh to 470mAh.

As per the FCC listing, spotted by SamMobile, the purported Galaxy Watch model sports a 1.19-inch display. The list of LTE frequencies indicate the Galaxy Watch will work on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint networks. Samsung is planning its Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9, where it will likely unveil the new Galaxy Note 9. Are we to believe what the Wall Street Journal states, then a foldable Samsung smartphone could launch at the beginning of 2018.

We first got wind of the new Galaxy Watch concept back in May, via a trademark application made at the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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