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Samsung Galaxy Sport smartwatch renders suggest smooth, non-rotating bezel

first_imgFor a few weeks now, it has been reported that Samsung is working on a new smartwatch codenamed “Pulse.” The watch is being called the Galaxy Sport and is said to succeed the Gear Sport. It makes sense ever since Samsung ditched the Gear branding with the Galaxy Watch (Review) last year. This week, we have our first set of renders of the alleged Galaxy Sport that gives us an idea of what the design will look like.The Galaxy Sport renders have been leaked by tipster OnLeaks and it shows a typical circular watch face, which is what we have come to expect from Samsung. What is interesting here is the bezel around the screen, which is smooth, non-toothed and sits flush with the display. This seems to suggest that the bezel cannot be rotated. Past Samsung smartwatches have come with a toothed bezel to make it easier to rotate it for navigation. As these are early renders, we cannot say for sure whether the bezel will rotate or not. The rotating bezel has been a signature feature with Samsung watches and has been lauded by consumers for making navigation on a smartwatch easy. This way, the user does not need to constantly touch the display and cover content, but can easily navigate and scroll through the UI, apps and pages by simply rotating the bezel clockwise or anti-clockwise. It would be highly surprising if Samsung were to let go of this feature in its next smartwatch.The Galaxy Sport has been reported in the past to come with 4GB of RAM and run on Tizen. It is also said to come with a 1.2-inch AMOLED display much like the Gear Sport. The Galaxy Sport is rumoured to come in black, green, silver and pink gold colours.advertisementAs of now, there is no word on when the Galaxy Sport will be released. Samsung could be planning to unveil the smartwatch alongside the Galaxy S10 flagship in February.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite with Snapdragon 855 chip, Android Pie spotted on GeekbenchALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Lite, Galaxy S10+: Punch hole display, smaller chin and all the rumours so farALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy Watch review: Looks like a watch, works like a smartwatchlast_img read more

ATELEA Vea was pleased with how Saints bounced bac

first_imgATELEA Vea was pleased with how Saints bounced back in their performance against Castleford.A 21-14 win kept them top of the table following an emotional week.Now the focus is on Friday’s trip to Wakefield.“We bounced back after the Souths game and put in a performance against Castleford,” he said. “That was important for us. Wakefield will be dangerous as they will come out firing after last week’s loss at Widnes.“Tim Smith is dangerous and they have strike across the park.“But like last week, the focus internally has been on us. We have been looking to improve on what we are doing well and fixing up what we are struggling with.”Til is enjoying his time at Saints and has been an ever present in the club’s positive start to season.“The fans have been great; when we came out against Catalans you could feel the support,” he added. “Then when we had a rough patch they lifted us.“It’s been great. The standard at Saints is a step up and I have bought into it. The staff and squad are healthy and it’s a good place to be.“I appreciate being here and I want this spot really bad. Staff and squad healthy. I know I have come in for Sia Soliola but I want to make it my own and do well.”last_img read more