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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro may remove rotating bezels: report

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According to a source, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro will not include the rotating bezels previously featured on Galaxy Watch 4 Classic variants. It was also once claimed that the smartwatch will not have the Classic model.

In August of last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Watch 4 series and the company’s two foldable phones. Even though Samsung has yet to announce the wristwatch, it is likely to come with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in August or September, following in its predecessor’s footsteps.

In response to a tweet regarding Samsung smartwatches’ famous spinning bezels, Ice Universe predicted that the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro would fall short in this aspect. This has spurred rumours that Samsung‘s rumoured wristwatch would be devoid of spinning bezels.

The argument began with a tweet from tipster Alvin, who expressed his disappointment that Samsung would replace the famous rotating bezel with an “inferior solution.” Ice Universe, a tipster, said that the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro would, sadly, disappoint.

These circular and revolving bezels were featured on the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic variants. According to a previous claim from Sammobile, the rumoured Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 would not include a Classic version. Samsung is expected to release just two watch models: the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

According to a rumour from Korea’s Electronic Times, Samsung has been working on adding a thermometer feature to the Galaxy Watch 5.

According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, according to a recent report, Samsung is having difficulty integrating the thermometer function due to algorithm restrictions.

According to a rumour, Samsung may release the Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 with somewhat bigger batteries for the 40mm and 44mm variants. A 276mAh battery is predicted in the 40mm variant, while a 397mAh battery is expected in the 44mm model.

Ice Universe also claimed in another tweet that the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro would have sapphire glass and a titanium casing.

Samsung has yet to provide any specifics about the wristwatch. Still, it is likely to debut in August or September with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4, following the Galaxy Watch 4, which debuted in August of last year alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.