+ Sunday January 26th, 2020

Samsung’s latest rumoured watch, the Galaxy Sport has leaked overnight showing a simple design that could come in a nice range of colours.

As per the tweet from Steve Hemmerstoffer through his @onleaks account, the watch will be available in a range of colours – once announced – including Black, Silver, Green and Pink Gold.

The expectation of the Galaxy Sport range is that the range will be marketed as a sports first ‘fitness’ watch, from the appearance that’s something of a no-brainer as it’s a good look but may struggle to fit in a corporate setting.

Samsungs’ Tizen operating system will have a “sports first” attitude, with the watch including a built-in GPS and will also have support for NFC payments with Samsung Pay.

There appears to be a rotating bezel similar to their latest Galaxy Watch, offering users the ability to control functionality while really on the move.

If it’s an accurate picture of what’s headed our way it’s a solid start, we’ll keep our eyes and ears out for official release details and keep the information coming.

What functionality would you like to see in the next generation of wearable watches?

Source: @onleaks.

Phil Tann   Associate

Phil Tann

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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Tom Sekulic
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Much like with Samsung Galaxy Watch, expect Step counting and HR monitoring to be broken out of the box. Do not expect that any subsequent updates will fix the problem.
I will be returning my Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G soon. I swear I’ll never buy another Samsung watch again. They just can’t get the fitness features to work. It’s been like this since S3.

Mike Stevens
Ausdroid Reader

I like this a lot, much nicer than the Galaxy Watch. I’ve always preferred an understated look.

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