Bought my Galaxy smart watch almost two weeks ago and this small thin plastic/rubber piece came out from under the bezel. Just before it came out I did feel a slight resistance to turning (very very slight). Anyone know what this is and should I be concerned?
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I just swapped my scratched bezel out for a new one. Based on what I saw from the disassembly, that is most likely a little sliver of finish that flaked off from the bezel's underside. Or maybe debris got caught under the bezel during assembly. There is NOTHING else under there that looks like that. It's just a thin white plastic ring to secure the bezel to the body, and four tiny ball bearings and springs.
I seriously doubt you'll suffer any functional or performance loss, but if you're concerned about it, I guess you can request service. Just know that that isn't supposed to be there anyway.
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