The new watch is the latest in a series of technical upgrades. The new watch will feature a built-in GPS, or electronic positioning system, to make it easier to compare your location with that of the home screen, which will feature satellite imagery from the American southwest.\n
The watch will come in silver and black versions.\n
Apple is one of the main forces pushing the smartwatch market, which
The latest report regarding a potential Galaxy Watch 5 comes from Samsung’s own app, called Galaxy Store. The app has been known to showcase upcoming devices well before their official announcements, which is how we were able to learn about the refreshed model earlier this year. The listing for the Galaxy Watch 5 suggests that it will be powered by a “Exynos 7885 Octa” SoC. It also confirms that the watch will measure in
Samsung Galaxy Watch fans were bummed to learn that both the Galaxy Watch 5 and 5 Pro lacked a physical rotating bezel. The feature has long been a staple of Samsung’s top-end Android smartwatches, such as the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, allowing you to scroll through content without touching the screen. More importantly, it set the watch’s design apart from the competition, but Samsung chose to ditch the rotating bezel last year in favor of a haptic version. If a new rumor is to be believed, the South Korean tech giant could restore the beloved feature with its next top-tier smartwatch. The circular bezel of the Galaxy S20 series is expected to be replaced with a flat bezel, which is more similar to the Galaxy Watch. This is a change that we’ve already seen in the Galaxy S20+ and it might be a move that’s made its way to the Galaxy Watch, too.
The Galaxy Watch 6 Pro is expected to come with the same 6.9-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED display
According to Korean YouTuber Super Roader, the physical rotating bezel will make a comeback with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro (via SamMobile).