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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra renders show new square bezel, third physical button, and more

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 series is believed to see the light of day at the company’s rumored Galaxy Unpacked event in July alongside the upcoming Galaxy Z line of foldable phones. The upcoming lineup of wearables is expected to include the Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch 7 Pro, and Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra models. More recently, renders of the Ultra model were leaked on the Web. They show off a new square-shaped bezel, a circular third button, and a set of health sensors on the upcoming smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra design (leaked)

Prominent tipster Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks), in collaboration with Smartprix, has leaked renders of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. High-resolution renders show the wearable device with a circular sphere. However, it now appears to have a square frame around the screen, retaining the rotating bezel. Shown in black and white strap options.

The alleged renders of the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra indicate a design inspired by the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. It will reportedly have a 1.5-inch circular display with dimensions of 47 x 47.4 x 16.4 mm. It would be slightly larger than the Watch 6 Classic, which measures 46.5 x 46.5 x 10.9mm. The images show an additional third circular rotary knob on the right side of the watch. This button looks similar to the action button on the Apple Watch Ultra.

Additionally, larger speaker grills are seen arranged on the left side of the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra and the temperature sensor appears to have been moved slightly towards the center compared to the Watch 6 Classic. The renders suggest a new alignment for the sensors. Additionally, watch straps now appear to be more integrated with the body of the watch.

Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra at its upcoming Unpacked event, along with its new foldable earbuds, Galaxy Ring and Galaxy Buds 3. The launch event is speculated to take place on July 10.


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