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Offbeat Samsung's next wearable is apparently called the 'Galaxy Watch'

17:02  11 july  2018
17:02  11 july  2018 Source:   cnet.com

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It seems like Samsung ' s next wearable will be named the Samsung Galaxy Watch . Samsung recently registered a logo for the " Samsung Galaxy Watch " with the Korean Intellectual Property Organization, as spotted by GalaxyClub. You can check out the filing and logo below: Enlarge Image.

a close up of a watch: Samsung's © Provided by CNET Samsung's "Gear S" nomenclature may have ended with the Gear S3.

It seems like Samsung's next wearable will be named the Samsung Galaxy Watch.

Samsung recently registered a logo for the "Samsung Galaxy Watch" with the Korean Intellectual Property Organization, as spotted by GalaxyClub. You can check out the filing and logo below:

a screenshot of a cell phone: samsung-galaxy-watch-logo-galaxyclub © Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. samsung-galaxy-watch-logo-galaxyclub

The filing seems to confirm the Galaxy Watch name. Previous rumors referred to Samsung's upcoming wearable as the Samsung Gear S4, following the naming structure of the Gear S3 and Gear S2 before that. But we also heard rumors that the device may be called the Galaxy Watch, not the Gear S4.

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It seems like Samsung ’ s next wearable will be named the Samsung Galaxy Watch . Samsung recently registered a logo for the “ Samsung Galaxy Watch ” with the Korean Intellectual Property Organization, as spotted by GalaxyClub. You can check out the filing and logo below

With Samsung Health, you can expand on Galaxy Watch ’ s existing features to track and log your health in even greater detail, including heart rate 18. Samsung Pay for Galaxy Watch is available in selected countries. Service availability and features may vary by carrier, country, region or OS, and

Perhaps this means Samsung may release two wearables (the Galaxy Watch and the Gear S4) or Samsung is rebranding its "Gear S" watches with the Galaxy Watch name.

For more on the Samsung Gear S4 (or maybe Galaxy Watch), you can read CNET's rumor round-up here.

Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

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