Samsung Leaker Cracks Samsung’s Secret Language Code About Upcoming Galaxy Watch

Leaker cracks Samsung code about Galaxy Watch 4

Last week, Max Weinbach of Android Police found references to Samsung’s next TWS called Galaxy Buds2 in the latest version of the Galaxy Wearable application. Weinbach also spotted a few details regarding the forthcoming Galaxy Watches, which he shared on Twitter.

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A bunch of strange terms like “Water”, “Merlot”, “Wise” and “Fresh” appear in the code of the current Wear app from Samsung, reports Netzwelt. Weinbach, who’s a well-known leaker, now claims to have cracked Samsung’s secret language and reveals to us in a series of tweets what is hidden behind the terms:

“Wise” and “Fresh” are said to be upcoming Samsung smartwatches. These are believed to be marketed as the Galaxy Watch Active 3 and Galaxy Watch 4.

“Merlot” is said to be the code name for a new processor that is used in wearables.

With “Water” Samsung is supposed to designate a compatibility layer of the products.

Both of these wearables will be available in two sizes and in Bluetooth as well as cellular variants.

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According to Max’s findings, the Galaxy Watch4 and the Galaxy Watch Active4 are codenamed Fresh and Wise respectively:

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 (Fresh)

  • Sizes: 41mm, 45mm
  • Variants: Bluetooth, Cellular

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active4 (Wise)

  • Sizes: 40mm, 44mm
  • Variants: Bluetooth, Cellular

Furthermore, the smartwatches should also be able to determine the blood sugar level without drawing blood from you.

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According to rumors, Samsung will use Google’s WearOS instead of the in-house Tizen system for its upcoming smartwatches.

“So when I found the Buds 2 leak, I found a few things about upcoming Galaxy Watches,” Weinbach twitted. “There’s a new plugin codename ‘water.’ I believe ‘water’ is the Samsung wearable/WearOS compatibility layer. It mentions ‘merlot,’ which I believe is the chipset for ‘wise’ and ‘fresh'”…

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