The Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic are marking a new era for smartwatch innovation. They are the first smartwatches to feature the new Wear OS powered by Samsung, and built jointly with Google. They are also equipped with One UI Watch, Samsung’s most intuitive user interface yet.
The Galaxy Watch4 series is bolstered with advanced hardware performance and delivers a more seamless and connected user experience than ever before. These new devices have been completely redesigned to provide the best tools for wellness management. Check out the different tools that aim to help you get a deeper and more helpful understanding of your overall fitness.
The Galaxy Watch4 boasts a smaller and more compact design that doesn’t reduce measurement accuracy. This new 3-in-1 sensor uses a single chip to precisely run three powerful health sensors — Optical Heart Rate, Electrical Heart and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis — so you can measure your blood oxygen level, and, for the first time, calculate your body composition.
Body Composition Measurement
For a deeper understanding of their general health and fitness, this tool offers key measurements like skeletal muscle, basal metabolic rate, body water, and body fat percentage. In just 15 seconds, the watch’s sensor will capture 2,400 data points.
To keep you motivated, you can choose from a wide range of guided workouts and enjoy Group Challenges with your friends and family.
The Galaxy Watch4 series also offers a great picture of your sleep patterns to help you get better rest. As your smartphone detects the sounds of your snores, your smartwatch will measure your blood oxygen level while you sleep.
This incredible experience is backed by serious hardware upgrades including the enhanced
processor, richer displays, and expanded memory. The Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic will available for pre-order in select markets starting on August 19, with retail availability starting on September 22.
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Written by: Angeline Rodriguez
Angeline Rodriguez is the Managing Editor of When In Manila and an Editor at Newsweek Amplify. She is a gamer and a geek with a mad love for anime and KDramas.