The introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series is rapidly approaching, with an official announcement scheduled for August or possibly even July. However, we have only received the first glance at the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic’s likely design.
This comes in the form of leaked renders from OnLeaks on behalf of MySmartPrice, which depict a huge, elevated bezel that appears to rotate. This is significant because, while the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic had a rotating bezel, Samsung removed it from the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 line.
Instead, the Watch 5 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro both sported a touch-sensitive digital bezel around the edge of their displays that you could slide your finger along to get the same features.
The bezel allows you to cycle through menu settings and other features of the interface, but a physical spinning bezel feels far more natural and tactile than the method employed on the most recent versions.
As a result, this is a welcome adjustment that is most likely related to the wearable being dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.
The mention of this term comes from the same source, and it appears that Samsung considers the rotating bezel to be a ‘Classic’ model feature, rather than a ‘Pro’ model feature.
We’re unlikely to see a Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro, but there will very certainly be a normal Samsung Galaxy Watch 6, which, based on prior experience, will likely omit the rotating bezel, providing an alternative for anyone who dislikes this feature.
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