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A couple of weeks ago, unconfirmed rumors claimed that Samsung could be working on what might be called the Galaxy Sport smartwatch, a successor of sorts to the company’s Gear Sport device. Today, some unofficial renders allegedly show what the Galaxy Sport might look like.
The renders were posted by noted gadget leaker OnLeaks on his Twitter account (via 9to5Google). The renders were created based on factory data obtained by OnLeaks, but the final design of the watch might differ slightly.
The images do show a smartwatch that has a more straightforward and smoother look compared to the Gear Sport, which has a raised rotating bezel. These renders for the unconfirmed Galaxy Sport don’t seem to show such a bezel. Instead, it looks like the display comes out of the casing slightly, with a couple of hardware buttons placed on the center-right side of the case.
OnLeaks adds in his Twitter post that the Galaxy Sport smartwatch will be sold in a variety of color choices, including Black, Silver, Green and Pink Gold.
The previous rumors about the Galaxy Sport claim it has the internal code name “Pulse,” and that it will still use the Tizen operating system, like most of Samsung’s previous smartwatches. The same reports also claim that it will have 4GB of internal storage and will support Samsung’s Bixby digital assistant.
It’s possible Samsung could announce this new smartwatch alongside the upcoming Galaxy S10 later this year.
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