Samsung Confirms its Next-Gen Gear Smartwatch has Round Display

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After days of rumors, the evidence is starting to mount that that Samsung is seriously considering a new smartwatch to take on the Apple Watch.

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Samsung Confirms its Next-Gen Gear Smartwatch has Round Display

Android Central reported Thursday that the company might be looking to rival Apple in the so-called wearable segment. Furthermore, the report claims that the Samsung has had a secret smartwatch code-named "Orbis" in the works over the past few months.

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Apparently, the next-generation Samsung Gear watch will have a round face, according to Samsung's media materials, relating to the release of a new SDK.

The SDK for the Samsung Gear Ecosystem encourages users to "get ready for the next gear," notes Trusted Reviews.

Samsung Confirms its Next-Gen Gear Smartwatch has Round Display

The rumors began earlier this year when Sam Mobile reported on sightings of a mysterious Samsung-made watch a rotary bezel ring on the top of the next-generation Gear.

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Then, just a few days ago, an alleged anonymous report had confirmed that Samsung could be working on a new age smartwatch with a round display.

Samsung Confirms its Next-Gen Gear Smartwatch has Round Display

So far, Samsung has neither confirmed nor denied the reports. If these rumors turn out to be true, hopefully the next-generation Gear smartwatch could arrive at the IFA tech show in September this year.

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