+ Thursday November 21st, 2019

A new render has surfaced overnight showing what could be Samsung’s new and yet to be announced Galaxy Sport smartwatch, and it certainly does look very different to previous smartwatches.

The leaked render does look to be very much smoother and much more rounder in its design with no rotating bezel. It also seems to have a curved glass panel display, with 2 almost flat-like buttons located on the left hand side and exposed lugs on the top and bottom of the smartwatch.

Looking at the render of the Samsung Galaxy Sport, it certainly does look more modern and more mechanical like than say the Galaxy Watch.

In terms of the smartwatch’s bands, it would seem they could be made of a silicon plastic with a pass-through strap that hides excess length with is similar to what the Galaxy Watch has also.

The Galaxy Sport smartwatch was recently certified by the FCC in the US, NRRA in South Korea, and NCC in Taiwan. It is expected to arrive with Bixby’s new Reminders feature, along with 4GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and NFC for mobile payments, most likely through Samsung Pay.

It’s unsure if the Galaxy Sport will be launched alongside the company’s next flagship, the Galaxy S10, later this month but we will be keeping an eye out for any news or leaks as they come to hand.

Source: 91Mobiles.
Via: Android Police.

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Phill Edwards
Phill Edwards

That’s a shame. The rotating bezel is (was) a great feature.

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