Samsung is already in the works prepping the company's hi-tech wristwatch, according to a Bloomberg report. The Korean tech titan is in the race to beat Apple before the strong and mighty Cupertino-based company launch its own long-rumored Apple iWatch, so it seems.
The Bloomberg report says Samsung "have been preparing the watch product for so long. We are working very hard to get ready for it. We are preparing products for the future, and the watch is definitely one of them."
However, Samsung's executive VP Lee Young Hee had no comment on what features the watch may have, how much it would cost and when it would go on sale, according to that Bloomberg's report.
Meanwhile, a tech and gadgets news site has offered their exciting perspective, including a video, of the possible features and specs of the upcoming Samsung's hi-tech wristwatch, in which that site calls the "S-Watch." You may also want to read that site's very interesting report here.
It appears like Samsung is on the quest again to rival and challenge its closest competitor Apple on the wearable technology niche. But as far as which of these two giant technology company behemoths would prevail in the smart watch business is still anybody's guess at this point in time.