Samsung might reveal the Galaxy Watch replace we have all been ready for tomorrow

Samsung fans should set their alarms to 6:15 p.m. BST tomorrow. That’s because the Korean tech giant is hosting a major event that we expect to see a brand new smartwatch showcase. Of course, Samsung is no stranger to bringing shiny wearables to market this time of year, but this addition to its lineup could see its biggest and most exciting change in years.

Prior to the launch, Samsung said in its media invitation to the online event that it “will reveal its vision for the future of smartwatches”.

All of this suggests that this next-generation device will be the very first to give up its current Tizen operation and switch to the performance of Google’s WearOS.

Samsung and Google announced their joint venture back in May and it appears that the first Galaxy Watch to receive this massive software upgrade is now ready to be shown to the world.

Although some consider killing Tizen a bizarre move, switching to Google’s operating system will allow the new Galaxy Watch to work much better with all Android phones, not just Samsung’s.

WearOS also has access to more apps, which could mean Samsung can finally take power over the Apple Watch, which is still the most popular smartwatch in the world.

Although all the details of the new devices are being kept under wraps, a number of leaks have already surfaced online that claim to show what the new watch will look like.

The renders posted by the team at 91Mobiles show a device that looks more minimal than previous versions of the Galaxy Watch, with a design that appears sleek and uncluttered.

Two buttons are positioned on the side of the device to make it easier for users to interact with the screen, and there’s no trace of the iconic rotating bezel used on previous models.

If the pictures are real, the Galaxy Watch could appear in silver, black, green, and rose gold.

All the details could be released tomorrow.

As part of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung’s event begins tomorrow at 7:15 p.m. CET (6:15 p.m. BST) with the company’s words: “As part of this year’s Mobile World Congress (MWC), Samsung Electronics is hosting a virtual Samsung Galaxy session on June 28. At the event, Samsung will demonstrate how the Galaxy connected device ecosystem will give people even more opportunities to enrich their lifestyles. “

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