TODAY, Samsung could unveil the Galaxy Watch upgrade that we’ve all been waiting for.
SAMSUNG is holding a huge launch event later today, where the company promises to share its vision for smartwatches in the future.
Set your alarms at 6:15 p.m. BST today, Samsung aficionados. That’s because the Korean tech behemoth is hosting a significant event at which we anticipate to see the unveiling of a brand-new smartwatch. Of course, Samsung is no stranger to releasing gleaming wearables at this time of year, but this new addition to its lineup could see the most significant and exciting change in years.
Samsung teased in its media invite to the online event that it would be “unveiling its vision for the future of smartwatches” ahead of the June 28 launch.
All of this points to this next-generation device being the first to dump Tizen in favor of Google’s WearOS.
Samsung and Google announced their partnership in May, and it looks that the first Galaxy Watch to receive this significant software update is now ready for public display.
Although some may consider the death of Tizen to be an odd move, upgrading to Google’s operating system will allow the new Galaxy Watch to work much better with all Android phones, not just Samsung’s.
WearOS also boasts better app support, which could eventually allow Samsung to compete with the Apple Watch, which is still the most popular smartwatch on the market.
Despite the fact that comprehensive details regarding the new devices are being kept under wraps, a number of leaks claiming to depict how the new watch would look have already surfaced online.
The images, which were posted by the team at 91Mobiles, show a gadget that appears to be more simple than earlier incarnations of the Galaxy Watch, with a sleek and clutter-free appearance.
The gadget features two buttons on the side to assist users interact with the screen, but there is no evidence of the rotating bezel that was included on prior iterations.
The Galaxy Watch could come in silver, black, green, and rose gold if the photographs are accurate.
It’s possible that all of the details may be revealed today.
Samsung’s event begins tomorrow at 7:15 CET (6:15pm BST) as part of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), with the company stating: “As part of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung Electronics is hosting a.
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