An upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event set for July could reveal Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 7 series. Also last July, the predecessor was launched. Despite Samsung not officially revealing anything about the new series, a few certification platforms have revealed some key details.

According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification, our Galaxy Watch7 model numbers are SM-L300, SM-L305, SM-L310, and SM-L315, along with a Galaxy Watch FE model number SM-R861.

While the Galaxy Watches SM-L300 and SM-L310 are Wi-Fi only, the AM-L305 and SM-L315 are likely LTE versions. In terms of diameter, the SM-L300 and SM-L310 may have a 40mm and 44mm diameter, respectively.

Aside from the LTE support, the SM-L305 (supports fast wireless charging) also supports 15W fast wireless charging. The Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 5 support 10W wireless charging. This new 15W wireless charger has the model number EP-OL300. There is no information on the new chipset or battery in the listing.

According to the predecessor, it was equipped with a dual-core 1.4GHz Cortex-A55 chip with a 425mAh battery powered by the Exynos W930 (5nm) processor. It ran OneUI Watch 5 based on Android Wear OS 4.

According to the listing, the Galaxy Watch FE with the model number SM-R861 will support 5W wireless charging, which is the same as the Galaxy Watch 4. OneUI’s latest build also included the FE model.

The Galaxy Watch will come in three varieties: two with and without LTE connectivity, and the new Galaxy Watch FE.