Galaxy Watch 6: Physical Rotating Bezel and Faster Exynos Processor

Whether it is a smartphone or a smartwatch, the Korean firm never fails to add crucial novelties. The company has multiple lineups of smartphones, but it is different in the case of Galaxy Watches. Samsung only has a single lineup of Galaxy Watch devices that gets a new series every year. This year, we will get to see the 6th generation of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup, that already started to include in talks. 

Informatively, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series will have two devices- Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic (Maybe a replacement for Pro). Regarding this series, a lot of rumors have already drawn out on the internet. Specifically, we have got clues regarding Galaxy Watch 6 devices’ Display Size and Battery Capacity. Now, we again got our hands on some other info regarding this series. Let’s take a look at them. 

Galaxy Watch 6 Classic: Rotating Bezel 

As per the reports, the Classic model of the Galaxy Watch 6 series is about to feature an advanced and unique feature which is nothing but a physical rotating bezel. Now this novelty was previously used in the Galaxy Watch 4 as well, but Samsung ditched it with the Galaxy Watch 5. Now, Samsung will bring back this advancement to its next Galaxy Watch series. This feature will draw a line between both models of the series.

One UI 6.0 will first available for these Galaxy devices

If you are unaware, this bezel is basically a physical controller that rotates alongside the outer edge of the Galaxy Watch’s display. Not only that, but Watch’s user interface also reacts to this bezel’s rotation. 

Galaxy Watch 6: Faster Performance with Newer Exynos W980 Chipset

Informatively, the Galaxy Watch 6 series will reportedly feature a new Exynos processor named Exynos W980. This chipset will be faster than the previous Exynos 920 SoC (used in Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 5 series). It is being said this processor will be developed with the 5nm fabrication process technology. However, there are no leads regarding this chipset’s CPU or GPU, but one thing is clear, it will improve the battery life. (via – SamMobile)

Unfortunately, there is no other information regarding this chipset currently, but we will surely get some leads in the coming months. About this new series launch, we are expecting it to happen alongside the next-gen Galaxy Z foldable devices. The company will hold an Unpacked Event for this launch, which may happen in July or August. Besides, if you want to know more about Galaxy Watch 6, you can find the info here.

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