Samsung’s Upcoming Galaxy Watch Could Bring Back the Rotating Bezel

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The rotating bezel is a key feature of Samsung smartwatches, particularly those in the Galaxy Watch series. It refers to a circular ring around the watch face that can be turned or rotated to navigate through menus, apps, and notifications.

The bezel is designed to provide a tactile and intuitive way to interact with the watch without having to touch the screen. It can be rotated clockwise or counterclockwise to scroll through options or menus, and it can also be clicked to select items or return to the home screen.

One advantage of the rotating bezel is that it can provide a more precise and efficient way to navigate through the watch’s interface compared to using touch or voice commands alone. It also allows for easier navigation when the user is wearing gloves, exercising, or simply has their hands full.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Pro could bring back the physically rotating bezel

Samsung is reportedly bringing back the physically rotating bezel for its upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 Pro, according to a Korean tipster who has been right on several past occasions and as SamMobile has spotted. Last year’s Galaxy Watch 5 series ditched the physical bezel in favor of a digital alternative, disappointing Samsung fans who love the physical rotating bezel.

The Galaxy Watch 6 Pro will also be available in two sizes, as opposed to just one 45mm size offered for the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro last year. The launch date for the Galaxy Watch 6 series is still unclear, but it is expected to arrive in the second half of this year.

Samsung has continued to refine and improve the rotating bezel feature over the years. For example, newer Galaxy Watch models feature a smoother and quieter bezel rotation, as well as improved haptic feedback when clicking the bezel. The bezel can also be used to control certain apps, such as adjusting the volume or changing the song on a music player.

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