Are you too a fitness freak? Are you looking for a smartwatch to track your health and activities? So, here is the good news for you…
The Samsung Galaxy Watch smartwatches are rumored to be coming out later this year. Reports indicate that Samsung will release the Galaxy Watch 4 in Q2 2021. Additionally, Samsung will likely launch the successor to its Galaxy Watch Active 2.
Let’s take a look at the leaked details from the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 launch date, specifications, and other details.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 expected release date
In the months leading up to launch, some key details about Samsung’s forthcoming smartwatches have begun to emerge. Jon Prosser, a tipster, predicted that Samsung smartwatches will be available on August 11.
A report from Front Page Tech suggests that Samsung’s new smartwatch will hit selected markets on August 11. The tipster did not reveal a release date for the new smartwatches. Previous reports suggested that the Watch Active 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 would launch in Q2 2021.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 expected Price
As for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 pricing, there aren’t any rumors yet. But it is expected that it might be similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, which starts at $399 / £399 / AU$649 for the smaller 41mm model, and $429 / £419 / AU$699 for the larger 45mm one. The price goes up if LTE is desired.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 – Wear OS
There has already been confirmation about Samsung Galaxy Watch – it will switch from Tizen to Wear OS.
The combination of Samsung’s brand and volumes with Fitbit’s fitness tracking will undoubtedly spark interest in the platform, and Samsung made this abundantly clear in a statement.
Galaxy Watch 4 – Wear sizes and versions
Four different models are listed in total, with the two SM-R860s and SM-R870s claimed to be linked to the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4. SM-R880 and SM-R890 are supposed to be Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 models.
It has been reported that there might be a change in sizes. Both versions of the Galaxy Watch 4 are likely to grow 1mm. According to some rumors, Samsung may ship two watches with different sizes for the Active 4 – we just don’t think Samsung would ship two watches with such a slight difference in size.
We’re expecting to see in Samsung Watch 4:
- Galaxy Watch 4 42mm Bluetooth
- Galaxy Watch 4 46mm Bluetooth
- Galaxy Watch 4 42mm LTE
- Galaxy Watch 4 46mm LTE
- Galaxy Watch Active 4 39mm Bluetooth
- Galaxy Watch Active 4 43mm Bluetooth
- Galaxy Watch Active 4 39mm LTE
- Galaxy Watch Active 4 43mm LTE
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 battery sizes
The Galaxy Watch 4 is expected to have a battery capacity of 247mAh, which supports 5W charging, according to a further certification found.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4 are expected to be unveiled around August this year.
Galaxy Watch 4 expected features
A guided workout and advanced fitness
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 launched with a new advanced running metrics feature, allowing users to track certain aspects of their form and technique without the need for additional accessories.
The Samsung Active 4 watch might also rival Apple Fitness+. It makes sense to partner with wellness brands like Calm to make workouts more accessible.
Blood glucose tracking
It sounds like this could be a big deal if it’s true. Samsung released an ECG sensor, along with blood pressure monitoring, for its watches, joining Apple and other manufacturers that offer such feature.
It would be extremely beneficial for diabetics as well as performance athletes to be able to track their blood glucose without any invasive technology. When it comes to monitoring your health, Samsung’s smartwatches could have an upper hand in the competition if they managed to do this well.
Blood pressure and ECG for more smartphones
In addition to providing ECG and blood pressure monitoring via its smartwatches, Samsung only offers the same tools via its smartphones. As a result, other Android phones are locked out.
Here the question arises: will Samsung’s health features be more accessible with Wear OS?
While several features of Samsung’s ecosystem are still locked in, it would be weird if we moved to the more open Wear OS platform. Let’s hope.
We may not have to wait long to see what Samsung has in store in the coming months.
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