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RumorTT: Samsung is ready to compete in the wearable computing market with a Galaxy Watch

RumorTT: Samsung to release a Galaxy Watch, would compete with Apple's upcoming iOS-based watch

| Wearable Computing News | Posted: Feb 15, 2013 11:36 am

I'm sure you've read that Apple are working on some 'watch computer', which I think will materialize into the iWatch, but now it looks like Apple's direct competitor and court room buddy Samsung are joining in.


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Reports are suggesting that the South Korean electronics giant are working on the Galaxy Watch, which could be released in a matter of months. Screenshots of the Galaxy Watch's interface have popped up, giving some credit to the rumors of the wearable device. The images appeared on a Korean message board, where they refer to the device as codename "Galaxy Altius".


We have used the RumorTT stamp on this post though, as a writer over at SamMobile has said that the images' possible authenticity is questioned because of the "Altius" name is thought to be the codename for the upcoming Galaxy S IV, as well as the fact that Samsung have never put a codename on a splash screen before. Enjoy the images for what they're worth.


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