Samsung’s New Smartwatch Arrive With a Much Better Hardware and Design

Google and Samsung yesterday revealed they would add hands to improve Wear OS, but neither company would share the extent of their collaboration.

But soon after the report, reliable tipsters @IceUniverse and @RQuandt are shedding some light on the coming wearable of Samsung. We already know the watch is going to dig Tizen and instead run Wear OS.


New @Iceuniverse rumors say that the chipset of Qualcomm is supported by 5 nm. If this rumor is true, Samsung's next smartwatch could perform significantly while battery life is improved. In contrast, the Snapdragon Wear 4100, which was first designed by Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3 on a 12 nm method, and the 10 nm Galaxy Watch Active 2, which contains Samsung's Exynos 9110.

In addition, a smaller bezel and a flat 2D display are planned for the coming Samsung Watch. Although we don't know if Samsung also uses the rotating bezel action for scrolling menus. The watch Active 4 is available in aluminum and stainless steel versions Roland Quandt reported.

Though Google said some items we should expect from the latest Wear OS, there is still a lot of missing detail. The Google and Samsung collaboration statement was almost of a teaser.

Therefore, we look for more details to revealed soon.
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