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Samsung 'Orbis' Tizen Smartwatch to Feature Wireless Charging: Report

 

 

 

After its brief appearance a couple of weeks ago, Samsung's rumoured round dial smartwatch, said to be codenamed Orbis, has once again come under the spotlight but this time along with some information on one of its key features

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To recall, Samsung Orbis is the South Korean firm's yet-to-be-announced smartwatch which is said to feature a round dial and run on Tizen OS. The leak that came couple of weeks ago was based on Samsung's patents that were filed back in 2013. The patents showed the South Korean firm working on a rotating ring technology on its smartwatch.

 

The latest report from Sammobile suggests the Samsung Orbis smartwatch will come equipped with wireless charging feature, which has been missing from all the company's previously launched wearables. The details on wireless charging implementation are yet to be known. However, its mechanism is speculated to be similar to what Motorola uses for the Moto 360. There is no information on other features of the watch as of now.

 

Read more: http://gadgets.ndtv.com/wearables/news/samsung-orbis-tizen-smartwatch-to-feature-wireless-charging-report-651347

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