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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro Rumoured to See Return of the Physical Rotating Bezel

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro Rumoured to See Return of the Physical Rotating Bezel

by Aiman MaulanaMarch 16, 2023
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The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro might feature a physical rotating bezel, which would allow for easier navigation. Rumors suggest that the device might also come in multiple sizes.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro May Bring Back Physical Rotating Bezel

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Samsung may be bringing back the physical rotating bezel for its upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 Pro, according to a semi-reliable leaker. The feature, which allows users to navigate the touch interface without swiping or scrolling, was missing from the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro that was launched last year, disappointing many fans.

While Samsung hasn’t confirmed the rumor, the return of the physical rotating bezel would be welcomed by many users who found the digital bezel on the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro lacking. This tactile experience of a physical bezel rotating around the watch face is especially useful during exercise, where taps and swipes can be less accurate.

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In addition to the potential return of the physical rotating bezel, the Galaxy Watch 6 Pro is also rumored to come in two sizes again. The previous Galaxy Watch 5 Pro only came in one size, 45mm, despite previous Pro-level models having multiple sizes. This would be great news for buyers, especially those with smaller wrists.

However, it’s worth noting that this leaker is not as reliable as others, so the rumor should be taken with a grain of salt. It remains to be seen if Samsung will follow through on this potential feature for the Galaxy Watch 6 Pro.

The Galaxy Watch 6 series is expected to launch in August alongside the next round of Samsung’s foldable phones, including the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5. As the launch date draws closer, more details about the upcoming devices are likely to emerge.


Pokdepinion: That was the one thing I felt was missing from last year’s model. If it does return, I hope it doesn’t get removed ever again as I feel like it has become somewhat of an iconic design element for the South Korean giant.

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