Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5 series of smartwatches did not have its predecessor’s iconic bezel controls, but the rotating bezel might create a return with the galaxy Watch 6.
The galaxy watch bezel was a ring that rotated around the face, letting the users direct the device. However, in Galaxy Watch 4 Classic review, they call it an “intuitive” authoritative method, and in our Galaxy Watch 3 review, they said the bezel makes the scrolling with menus a “genuine joy.”
There was the need for a bezel in the regular Galaxy Watch 4, and things went even worse for bezel lovers when the Galaxy Watch 5 Line was released, as most models lacked this feature. Interestingly, the Galaxy Watch 5 line has these digital bezels, which can be illustrated in our galaxy Watch 5 review. But mainly for several uses, the virtual alteration lacks the gratified tactile nature of a proper clicking ring.
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The Galaxy Watch 6 Pro may once again use the iconic control, according to South Korean tech leaker Super Roader.
We must be skeptical of Super Roader’s assertions, as with all leaks. There is no guarantee that this most recent leak is accurate, even though he purportedly has a respectable track record and was previously employed by Samsung. The Galaxy Watch 6 won’t officially ship until later this year, so that we won’t know its design in full until then.
The rumor about the rotating bezel returning isn’t the most bizarre we’ve heard about the Galaxy Watch. A future Galaxy Watch model is rumored to include a secret built-in projector, and reports that the Galaxy Watch 6 should get a battery life boost.
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