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Galaxy Watch 6 Classic renders leaked: The beloved rotating bezel makes a comeback

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Samsung is gearing up to release its highly anticipated 6th generation smartwatch lineup, promising an array of exciting new features and advancements. The internet is already abuzz with rumors surrounding the upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 series, and we have gained substantial insights into what to expect. Of particular interest is the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, which has been generating significant buzz due to its physical rotating bezel.

This week, renowned leakster @OnLeaks, in collaboration with MySmartPrice, unveiled a collection of “design” renders showcasing the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, which exhibits a familiar appearance. As anticipated, the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic retains the beloved rotating bezel reminiscent of its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The bezel appears slightly slimmer, albeit not to the extent that earlier rumors had suggested. Enclosed within this bezel is a circular display, rumored to measure 1.47 inches on the larger variant.

Another noticeable alteration in the design takes inspiration from the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, as the Watch 6 Classic features a more distinct flat edge along the side, distinguishing it from previous models with a rotating bezel. This indicates a potential discontinuation of the “Pro” model, although certainty remains elusive, given that the return of the rotating bezel was itself unexpected. Additionally, the renders portray a brushed finish and a magnetic clasp band reminiscent of the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

One UI Watch 5 & WearOS 4 Supported Galaxy Watches

Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Watch 6 series, coinciding with the launch of the Galaxy Z Fold 5, Flip 5, and the new Galaxy Tab S9 series in July. The watch is anticipated to continue to utilize Wear OS 3 with Samsung’s customized interface. However, considering the company’s commitment to innovation, an upgrade to Wear OS 4 is expected to be on the horizon, potentially arriving in the near future.

Expected Specifications:

Previously, there have been leaks revealing additional details about the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. It is rumored to sport a larger display compared to its predecessor, the Watch 5 Pro, which boasts a 1.4-inch Super AMOLED display. Reports suggest that the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic may feature a 1.47-inch display with an enhanced resolution of 470 x 470 pixels. Furthermore, the device is expected to house a larger battery than its predecessor. According to rumors, the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic might accommodate a 425mAh battery, surpassing the capacity of the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic’s 361mAh battery.


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Galaxy Watch Ultra’s European Price Could Compete with US Market

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Samsung is quite close to launching the Galaxy Watch Ultra at the Galaxy Unpacked event next month. It’s the first Ultra-branded smartwatch from Samsung, so predicting the price is quite interesting. Now the new leak is revealing the price of the watch. 

Samsung is all set to hold its next Galaxy Unpacked event in Paris on July 10th to introduce a bunch of Galaxy products, including the Galaxy Watch Ultra. The new report reported that this watch would be priced at nearly $700 in the US, which would make it considerably more expensive than the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. 

However, here is a fact: If you were hoping that rumors would turn out to be wrong, you will be disappointed since the European prices are saying something else. The Galaxy Watch Ultra and Galaxy Buds 3 have leaked online, and they reveal that the Galaxy Watch Ultra will be priced just as expensive in Europe. 

Even before any official statement regarding the upcoming wearables, they have been spotted on various retail websites. It is also reported that the forthcoming Galaxy Watch Ultra could be priced nearly between €689 and €699; however, this appears close to what the Apple Watch Ultra retailed for when it launched in 2022. Jumping on the Galaxy Watch 7, which is listed as the 40mm Bluetooth variant with a €319 price tag whereas €349 for the 44mm Bluetooth variant. The upcoming Galaxy Buds 3 are also listed for €229, and the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro is listed for €319. 

For now, these prices are based on listings, but soon, within a month, the accurate prices for all of these products will go official.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra Shows Its Appearance in Canada

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The Korean firm ‘Samsung’ is looking forward to expanding its wearable smartwatch family by introducing a brand new watch named Galaxy Watch Ultra. This watch listed on the Samsung support website showcases the details. Let’s take a closer look at the listing. 

The listing on the Samsung support website confirmed that the upcoming Galaxy Watch Ultra is officially coming to compete with the Apple Watch Ultra. This means that the watch will face tough competition in the market. According to a recent report, the Galaxy Watch Ultra was spotted on the Samsung support website in Canada. 

The official support page for the Galaxy Watch Ultra is no longer available online. However, it was confirmed that the Galaxy Watch Ultra will have LTE support and a 47mm size. It’s expected that this time the Korean giant could only offer the Galaxy Watch Ultra in one size. The watch was listed with the model number SM-L705F. The product is likely to come in two colors: white and dark gray, with an orange side key. 

Previously, it was also reported that the Galaxy Watch Ultra might cost 700 euros, which is approximately $750. It seems like a quiet price tag for the smartwatch. Although, as compared to the current Galaxy Watch 6 and upcoming Galaxy Watch 7, it’s more than double the price. The brand will power the upcoming Galaxy Watch trio with a new 3 nm Exynos processor. 

It is also reported that Samsung could offer a 20% increase in power efficiency and enhanced performance. Besides, the Galaxy Watch 7 series and Watch Ultra will arrive pre-installed with Wear OS 5-based One UI 6 Watch out of the box. The Galaxy Watch 7 series is expected to debut on July 10th during a Galaxy Unpacked event. 

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One UI 6 Watch Beta Have Multiple Bug & Issues

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Samsung has made the One UI 6 watch beta program live in the US and South Korea. Here,  users who have installed the beta update are reporting several issues that are related to different functions of the Galaxy smartwatches.

Samsung Galaxy Smartwatch users have reported issues appearing in several functions, such as the watch home screen, Samsung Health, battery draining, and media control issues.

Samsung One UI 6 Watch Beta Bugs & Issues

As reported by different Galaxy Watch users, here are the detailed issues:

Watch home screen issue: A user reported that the steps and calories are not showing on the watch screen after installing the beta update; however, after changing the watch faces, it starts working.

Samsung Health: In Samsung Health, users are getting repeated crashing problems a few moments after opening. It is suggested to clear the cache, but if the problem still persists, then users should try to check and install the latest update of the application.

Battery draining issue: After installing the One UI 6 watch beta, some users are reporting that they are getting battery draining issues. According to a report, when the watch charges completely, the user is getting 36 hours of backup before installing the beta update, but after installing the new beta update, the user is claiming that he gets 20 to 30% less battery backup.

Google Message issue: A user is claiming that Google Messenger is not worrying after installing the beta update; the Google Message is not even opening. In response to the complaint, the moderator said that the team is aware of the issue and working on fixing it.

Apart from this main issue, there are several other issues that are also reported by users. As it is a beta update, it is obvious that the software has a lot of bugs and some unpolished features, but as far as the fix of the issue is concerned, it is expected that the company may fix some of them with another beta update. It will introduce all the fixes with the stable update, which is expected to be available in the next few weeks. If you want to get rid of the issues now, then you can level the beta program by following the below steps.

How to withdraw from the One UI 6 Watch beta program

  1. Go to the settings of the Samsung Member app.
  2. Select One UI Watch Program status.
  3. Now click withdraw.
  4. To remove the beta software, users have to flash the previous official version via the smart switch PC version. 

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