5K renders confirm, Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic will bring back the physical rotating bezel, which was missing in the top model of the Watch 5 lineup. The smartwatch is likely to be unveiled on July 26 along with the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5 smartphones.
Onleaks in collaboration with MySmartPrice revealed the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic design through 5K renders, which confirm the comeback of the physical rotating bezel. The source also confirmed that the Watch 6 Classic is the successor of the current Watch 5 Pro.
Due to the arrival of a physical rotating bezel, Samsung’s upcoming premium smartwatch is a true successor to the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, released back in 2021. However, the circular display is surrounded by slightly thick bezels than the Watch 5 Pro.
While the left edge of the watch is flush, the right has the Home and Back buttons. The 5K renders also show a magnetic loop strap attached to the Watch. As usual, the company will likely make the Watch 6 Classic available with multiple strap options.
The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is equipped with a 1.47-inch display with a higher resolution of 470 x 470 pixels. It could be packed with a bigger battery than the outgoing model, which could be about 425mAh. It will run the One UI 5 Watch operating system, probably based on Android 13-based Wear OS 4.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Revolutionizes Running with University of Michigan Partnership
Thanks to Samsung’s research partnership, the Galaxy Watch 6 revolutionizes running with the University of Michigan Exercise & Sport Science Initiative. This collaboration is launched to help runners manage their health and physical activity by providing more reliable and accurate data.
The Michigan Performance Research Laboratory (MiPR) — ESSI’s core research lab — will oversee an eight-month study that uses the Galaxy Watch series to estimate the VO2 max and sweat loss of participants as they run.
The study will compare reference data against smartwatch data from both indoor (treadmill) and outdoor running trials of different distances, from 2.5km to 20km.
Runners at all levels grapple with sweat loss, dehydration and heat management, particularly during the summer months. Samsung and University of Michigan teams hope the study’s findings will further enhance smartwatch technology, giving runners more accurate measurements of their health metrics.
Galaxy Watch 6
Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic feature personalized fitness coaching, advanced sleep management, and health monitoring. For runners, the new Personalized Heart Rate Zone feature provides five optimal running intensity levels based on individual physical capabilities.
Additionally, Track Run helps runners record their runs while on a running track. During a run, Galaxy Watch provides in-depth analysis including asymmetry, regularity, and ground contact time to help improve performance and reduce injury.
Samsung Galaxy Buds FE Leak: 12mm AKG tuned speaker, price ~ $100
Samsung has a range of Fan Edition devices in the pipeline, which could be released soon. The company will launch a new FE smartphone, tablets, and earbuds in the near future. A new leak talks about color variants, pricing, and speaker specifications of the Galaxy Buds FE.
A reliable industry source revealed that the Galaxy Buds FE could be available in Graphite/White color options. It features 12mm speakers tuned by AKG, similar to other Samsung earbuds. Additionally, the source mentioned that the earbuds may cost $99.99 (MSRP).
The South Korean tech giant is expected to launch the Galaxy S23 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE series alongside the Galaxy Buds FE later this year. It appears to be a new strategy of debuting affordable variants of previously released flagship products.
Samsung Galaxy Buds FE:
graphite or white
12mm AKG tuned speaker
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) September 15, 2023
Galaxy Buds FE: The best look at Samsung’s new affordable TWS earbuds
Samsung will introduce a set of new Fan Edition products in near future. The company’s next-gen affordable TWS earbuds will be called Galaxy Buds FE, which shown in their best look in press images.
Courtesy of winfuture.de, we now have our best look at the Galaxy Buds FE. The new earbuds differ significantly from the previous models in which Samsung uses a multi-part housing with a centrally located touch surface.
Additionally, the company apparently wants to offer the Buds FE, as with some previous models in its range of wireless headphones for in-ear use, with rubber covers as part of improving the grip on ear cups of different shapes.