Samsung's latest smartwatch comes in three versions, and lets you scroll through menus by rotating a bezel. We go hands-on at IFA 2015 in Berlin.
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Samsung's new smartwatch is controlled via a rotating bezel that's used to scroll through menus. We've taken the new tech for -- ahem -- a spin, so click through for hands-on photos.
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