Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra renders: Leak shows rugged new design

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra is generating lots of interest. Now we have have the first leaked renders providing a glimpse of its intriguing design. The images, shared by @OnLeaks and SmartPrix, reveal a unique aesthetic that combines elements from previous Galaxy Watch models while introducing new, potentially divisive features.

The device appears to be Samsung’s answer to the Apple Watch Ultra, targeting outdoor adventurers who demand both style and ruggedness. The renders showcase a squarish frame, a departure from the traditional circular design seen in previous Galaxy Watches. However, Samsung has retained the iconic rotating bezel and circular display inside the frame, ensuring a familiar user experience for longtime fans.

Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra

A striking addition is a third physical button, resembling a rotating crown. This could offer customizable functions, similar to the Action button on the Apple Watch Ultra, enhancing the watch’s versatility and adaptability to different scenarios.

Beyond that, the pics show a shiny bezel finish, adding a touch of luxury to the Watch 7 Ultra’s rugged exterior. Minimalistic hourly indicators replace the numeric markings found on older models, contributing to a cleaner, more modern aesthetic.

Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra

Known specs

There is also some info on actual specs. The Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra is expected to measure 47 x 47.4 x 16.4 mm and feature a 1.5-inch circular display, the same size as the Watch 6 Classic. This indicates that Samsung’s latest flagship smartwatch will be slightly larger than its predecessor, potentially offering a more expansive viewing experience.

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While specific features regarding the Watch 7 Ultra’s features and specifications remain scarce, leaks suggest a mid-July launch alongside the Galaxy Watch 7, Galaxy Watch FE and Samsung’s first smart ring offering. It’s safe to assume that the Ultra will boast some health and fitness upgrades, building on the success of previous models. It may also bring some specific features for outdoor lovers.

Reactions on social media to the Ultra renders are mixed. Some appreciate its bold new direction and potential features, while others prefer the more traditional circular design of the other models.

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Marko Maslakovic

Marko founded Gadgets & Wearables in 2014, having worked for more than 15 years in the City of London’s financial district. Since then, he has led the company’s charge to become a leading information source on health and fitness gadgets and wearables.

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