The most recent Galaxy Watch 5 leak indicates that non-Pro models will have sapphire glass.

The Galaxy Watch 5 series of smartwatches from Samsung are expected to be unveiled tomorrow, and it looks like there will be a big update. The display for the entire lineup is reportedly going to be sapphire crystal glass, according to the most recent Galaxy Watch 5 leak.

WinFuture employee Roland Quandt released a number of promotional pictures of the Galaxy Watch 5 that appear to be official in appearance. These pictures do not depict the Pro model, which has a thicker, marginally different design; they represent the ordinary base models.

According to earlier reports, the hardware of the Galaxy Watch 5’s base model was predicted to be substantially identical to that of its predecessor, with the same processor, sizes, and only a modest increase in battery capacity. But it’s evident from the most recent leak that Samsung will equip the Galaxy Watch 5 with sapphire glass. In these pictures, the watch’s bottom is printed with Sapphire Crystal.

Before, it was assumed that sapphire would only be used in the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

Sapphire glass: what is it? It is a type of ceramic that is translucent, much like conventional glass, rather than genuine glass. However, sapphire is significantly more resistant to dents and other types of damage.

For its stainless steel and titanium variants, the Apple Watch uses sapphire, but its less expensive models continue to use IonX glass, which is comparable to Gorilla Glass. If it turns out that the base Galaxy Watch 5, which is said to just be slightly more expensive than last year’s models, genuinely uses sapphire, Samsung is undoubtedly providing a tremendous bargain in that sense.

Tomorrow, Samsung will formally introduce its new foldables and earphones along with the Galaxy Watch 5 series. When picking up these new devices, the corporation has offering reservations on its website now that offer up to $200 extra credits.

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