According to a new report from today, Samsung wants to enter into the ultra-premium segment of the smartwatch game by offering a titanium version of its upcoming smartwatch.
The titanium variant of the smartwatch, possibly a successor to the Galaxy Watch will be quite pricey according to SamMobile but no specific figures are mentioned.
The benefits of titanium? Well, it's usually better-looking but more importantly, it's super durable and lightweight at the same time. With titanium, Samsung can also go head to head with Apple's titanium alteration of its Apple Watch.
Anyway, as per previous reports, the new lineup will come with 8GB of internal storage, no matter the chassis material, and will upgrade the battery to 330mAh. Also, Samsung might bring back the physical rotating bezel. We'll be on the lookout for more information about it.
That's why I kept my samsung s3 frontier till now because of that feature.
I've given up on waiting for the Galaxy Watch 2. Rumors first said Aug 2019, then it was November. Then for sure the 1st Qtr 2020. Now a new "maybe" date. Its a shame because they had such a great start with hands down the best smartwatch. I wonde...
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