Samsung Patent: Gesture Controls for Wearable Devices

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Samsung already has a couple of smartwatches you can try. The company has grand plans for its wearables though. A newly published patent from Samsung suggests the company is working on a smartwatch that can recognize hand gestures. As SammyToday has reported, the 8 patents revealed show a smartwatch with various sensors for user interaction (e.g. a touch sensors built into the wristband, mid air gestures processing).

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There is no word on when this device will be released. Let’s not forget that Samsung’s current smartwatches do not have a round watch face. This does show that smartwatches can be a lot more than what they are now. We are going to see some innovative and intuitive smartwatches in the near future, and Samsung’s products won’t be the only ones.

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