Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 to Feature 15W Fast Charging

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The Galaxy Watch 4 series was painfully slow to charge. The Galaxy Watch 6 got a little better with an extra 100% faster charging at 10W, which takes 1.5 hours to fully charge the battery inside. The upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 is set to further improve on this with 15W fast charging. 

An FCC listing spotted by SamMobile has revealed the charging wattage of the upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 series. The Galaxy Watch 7, holding the model number SM-L305, will support charging at 3A and 5V, which translates to 15W of total power. 

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The report also suggests that the rest of the variants in the Galaxy Watch 7 series, except the Galaxy Watch 7 FE, will all support the same 15W fast charging. What does this mean in real-world usage? The Galaxy Watch 7 series will charge 50% faster than the Galaxy Watch 6. This is a huge improvement, as it can get handy when you forget to charge your watch and need a quick juice up.

The Galaxy Watch 7 FE, expected to be a rebranded Galaxy Watch 4, will only support 5W charging. This is a huge bummer, as it would take more than three hours to charge the battery under normal circumstances. Samsung should have at least upgraded the charging speed to 10W.

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Nevertheless, these are the final charging speeds of the upcoming Galaxy Watches. Are you excited about this new change? Which Galaxy Watch are you using right now, and will this feature be worth upgrading for? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Mehtab Ansari is a tech enthusiast who also has a great passion in writing. During his two years of career, he has covered news, features, and evergreen content on multiple platforms. Apart from keeping a close eye on emerging tech developments, he likes spending time at the gym.

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