Samsung is all set to launch two new smartwatches running on the Wear OS 3 during Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked 2021 event scheduled to take place on 11 August. These smartwatches would likely be called The Galaxy Watch 4 and The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. Although Samsung has not revealed anything about these smartwatches officially, we already know their design and specifications through earlier leaks. Now, videos have surfaced over the internet that shows the UI and features of these smartwatches.
The video reveals that both these smartwatches feature WearOS 3 coupled with One UI Watch on top. We can confirm this because of the app launcher and Google apps & services like Maps. Staying true to the concept of smartwatches, both of them allow you to track your activity and workouts.
Additionally, both these smartwatches feature a heart-rate monitor, altimeter, compass, sleep monitor, body fat monitor, and more. You also get a blood pressure monitor and a SpO2 monitor to measure your body’s oxygen levels. You also get an ECG monitor and support for the SmartThings Find application.
Both these watches are expected to house a lot of new faces. Some of these faces give these watches a mechanical look, whereas other faces have attractive and catchy fonts and useful widgets. You also have the option of customizing these faces as per your own needs. You can get details related to your activity or goals on the front screen itself.
The Galaxy Watch 4 series also supports the Samsung Health app, Google Play Store, Google Services, and Samsung Bixby voice assistant.
These smartwatches feature Super AMOLED displays that look gorgeous, and an Exynos W920 processor powers them. The processing power of the W920 processor is said to be 1.25 times the processing power of the Exynos 9110 processor used in the Galaxy Watch 3. Both of them have 16 gigs of storage coupled with 1.5GB of RAM. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series is both dust and water-resistant, thanks to an IP68 rating.
In terms of connectivity, you get features like GPS, Wi-Fi, QI wireless charging, and Bluetooth 5.0. A loudspeaker and a microphone allow you to take calls on the go.
That’s all we know about the Galaxy Watch 4 Series at the moment, and we do not see the price tag that these watches would carry. However, we would know all of these details on 11 August. Stay tuned for further updates.
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