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Samsung Galaxy Watch 2.0 finally bridges the gap between fitness tracker and watch

Samsung Galaxy Watch 2.0 finally bridges the gap between fitness tracker and watch
Written by Justin Phil

It’s been a minute that Samsung hasn’t really been innovative when it comes to design, whether it comes to phones, watches, tablets or anything else. The Watch in particular is a step behind the Apple Watch, but its designers have plenty of ideas to explore. For example, we learn from Yanko Design that a team of talented people created the design below.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 2.0 finally bridges the gap between fitness tracker and watch

We call it the Galaxy Watch 2.0, and it looks like a cross between a fitness bracelet and a watch. It also looks a bit like a hybrid between the Fitbit and the more curious Apple Watch. Designed by designers Howard Nook and Jeffrey Borges Jones of San Son, California, this device features a vertical and curved display. This concept offers a variety of bracelets, some more like a typical watch and others more like a fitness bracelet. In fact, there are 9 main versions of watch bands.

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Everyone changes the experience and also brings a new dial. The rectangular case slips into the bracelet by inserting it into metal slots or silicone grooves. For the office, there is a leather strap with a neater look and an active bracelet that is ideal for sweating while working out. This is a polycarbonate bracelet with stainless steel ends for a better fit on the wrist. There is even a festive bracelet that seems to change color, a metal bracelet with segments like old watches, and a more resistant bracelet in the style of the Xiaomi Mi Band.

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The real innovation here is actually the bracelet, not the watch, and Apple has had patents on smart sensor bracelets for quite some time, so these guys may be on the right track.

Check out the source link below and choose your favorite.

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