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

Last week, Max Weinbach of Android Police found references to Samsung’s next TWS called...


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.

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'"...

Sam Draper
May 4, 2021

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