One thing we felt was sorely missing from the Galaxy Watch 4 was the physical, rotating bezel that made navigating Samsung’s smart watches a breeze. With the Galaxy Watch 4, however, that was replaced with a virtual touch bezel, much like we saw with the Galaxy Watch Active 2.
Those who opted for the Galaxy Watch 4 over the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic had to make do with the virtual touch bezel, then, and the software didn’t exactly get off to the best start.
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