Samsung smartwatches have become quite popular over the years, maintaining a solid second place in the popularity ranking, second only to Apple Watch.
However, the manufacturer has managed to be anything but predictable with regard to the release of each smartwatch, being extremely inconsistent with its nomenclature and release date. Now we know that the next smartwatch will be the Samsung Galaxy Sport.
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After introducing the Galaxy Watch in 2018, it seems that the brand is determined to abandon the "Gear" nomenclature for its smart watches. Interestingly, the alleged Samsung Galaxy Sport will not emerge as the successor of Galaxy Watch, but as the successor of Gear Sport released in 2017.
The Samsung Galaxy Sport will have a design that is both classic and attractive.
Although there is practically no information regarding its possible specifications. We now have access to new CAD renders that reveal the design of the smartwatch.
These images come courtesy of the popular leakster @OnLeaks, and even if they don't confirm its final design, it should be quite credible. The first change in your eye-catching look is undoubtedly the absence of the traditional crown around your screen.
In addition, their buttons have also changed in shape. Replacing the 'capsule' shape for a traditional circular shape. There is no doubt that these small changes bring major improvements to their visual impact. Thus, the Samsung Galaxy Sport should look very similar to a classic watch. This will surely please many users.
Unfortunately, it is hard to estimate when Samsung may be presenting its next smartwatch. Still, it seems quite unlikely that we will see your presentation go hand in hand with the Galaxy S10.
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