According to reports, the Galaxy Watch 5 will convert to a USB-C charger after charging by 45% in 30 minutes.

Only a week or two remain until the release of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5, but we already know what it looks like, have an estimate of how much it will cost, and that the rotating bezel is no longer a feature. Now that we know the charging time for the Galaxy Watch 5 and that the charger will change to USB-C.

Today, SnoopyTech published a few information about the Galaxy Watch 5, concentrating on how the device charges.

The Galaxy Watch 5 will have an improved charger with a faster output, as it was previously rumored. The Galaxy Watch 4’s 5W charger will increase to the Watch 5’s 10W charger. Samsung estimated that the Galaxy Watch 4 will take 110 minutes, or little under two hours, to fully charge using the 5W output of the previous model.

The Galaxy Watch 5 has not yet been directly compared, although it is said that the wristwatch will charge to 45% in 30 minutes. That would suggest a complete charge in just over an hour if charging followed a linear path, but it’s likely that things will proceed much more slowly. It’s also important to keep in mind that Samsung is increasing the Galaxy Watch 5 series battery size, which could mean charging will likely proceed at about the same rate at the end of the day.

The Galaxy Watch 5’s charger is switching from USB-A to USB-C, which is odd compared to most other smartwatches. This is another important point to note. This makes it possible to charge your smartwatch using a smartphone without using the less effective Wireless Powershare feature, among other things.

Snoopy mentions pricing for the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro in Canada is also included in this leak. The 40mm Galaxy Watch 5 costs $349 CAD, while the 44mm model costs $389 CAD. The Watch 5 Pro, on the other hand, is priced at $559 CAD.

At a gathering on August 10, Samsung is anticipated to formally introduce the Galaxy Watch 5 series along with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4.

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