Samsung has published a patent application that describes a smartwatch concept. It appears to have touch-less gesture support, where you can perform various tasks just by waving your hands in front of its built-in camera. The watch would recognize wrist and finger gestures. It also seems to have a Moto 360-style circular display with a touchscreen interface and a rotating ring which might help you scrolling on the screen. The patent application shows a positive sign towards the future of the wearable device, but how far Samsung goes to implement these technologies remains to be seen.
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