Samsung reported a massive increase in profits for Q1 2024 due to strong sales of its Galaxy S24 series. According to the company’s press release, it will be making some changes to its wearable strategy.

New form factors, such as the Galaxy Ring, are mentioned. Samsung is also rumored to be building its first rectangular watch in years, although this has not been officially announced.

When it comes to watches, the company writes that it will “develop new premium models to meet the demand for upgrades”. Does the upcoming Galaxy Watch7 Classic offer more premium features? According to unofficial reports, the Watch7 family will have three members, including a Pro model.

While some Samsung branches focus on consumer products, others manufacture parts. “System LSI will prepare to ship new wearable products based on advanced technologies”.

It is expected that the Galaxy Watch7 will have a SoC that is 50% more power efficient than its predecessor, the Exynos W930. There is a possibility that this will be the first 3nm wearable chip (with increased performance to go along with the increased efficiency). It might have a blood sugar monitoring feature (though it might be limited to the top model). There’s been talk about such a sensor before, but it hasn’t materialized. Although these are just rumors, the company reports that “the development of advanced 3nm and 2nm technologies is progressing smoothly.”.