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A beloved Samsung Galaxy Watch function may soon be returning. Leaked renders obtained by tipster OnLeaks and posted by MySmartPrice appear to depict the entire Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic design, which features a real rotating bezel.
The Galaxy Watch 5 has a touch bezel that requires users to slide their finger at the edge of the screen to change between apps or faces. It is notable that Samsung removed the actual dial from this model.
The Galaxy Watch 4 included a real rotating bezel that was simple to spin without having to double-check where your finger was placed.
According to the leak, the future model’s bezel will be a little bit narrower than it was on those earlier iterations, and rumors claim it will surround a 1.47-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 470 x 470 resolution.
SamMobile further claims that the Exynos W980 chip, which will give the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic a jump of about 10% over the Exynos W920 featured in the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 models, will power the device.
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Before the restoration of the actual bezel is fully verified, a few months will probably pass. At its Unpacked 2023 event in the coming months, Samsung is anticipated to unveil the Galaxy Watch 6 alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 5, and Galaxy Tab S9.