As we all know, Samsung’s latest Galaxy Watch4/Classic is equipped with Google’s new Wear OS system. Compared with previous Tizen-based watches, the new watch platform allows Samsung to port apps more conveniently. According to a report by SamMobile, Samsung has recently brought its browser App, Samsung Internet, to the Wear OS platform. Samsung has made some adaptations for the App, such as supporting edge gestures and zooming modes. However, according to reports, most of what the browser loads are desktop websites. It is a bit problematic for users to view web pages on the watch. If you have interest in this feature, you can search for Samsung Internet in the Play Store of the watch to download the features.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4
The new Samsung Galaxy Watch4 arrives as a sportier, modern, and sleek option. It features a rubber band and what Samsung calls Digital Bezel. The Galaxy Watch4, on the other hand, sports a classic look featuring a stainless steel body and a rotating bezel. Apart from these two main differences, both Watches are basically the same in terms of specifications.
The Galaxy Watch4 comes in 44mm and 40mm sizes. These options come with 1.36-inch and 1.19 AMOLED screens respectively. The pixel density is 330PPI and the resolution is 396 x 396 for both models, so you can expect content to be always crisp.
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The company has introduced its WearOS-based One UI Watch platform and leaves TizenOS behind. Thanks to the new Operating System, the wearables can track more than 100 different fitness activities. Some of them can be extended to a Samsung TV to make the activities even more immersive.
The new OS also improves the sleep management feature. There is snoring detection, continuous blood, and oxygen tracking while sleeping. Users can also benefit from both Samsung Apps and Google Core Apps like Maps for example. Even some third-party platforms will support the Watch.
Samsung Galaxy Buds2
The Samsung Galaxy Buds2 arrives with a dynamic two-way speaker. The new TWS headset is split into a woofer and a tweeter. As a result, it promises clear high notes and deep atmospheric lows. Samsung trimmed the weight to 5.0 grams per bud, with the case adding just 41.2 grams more to the total weight.
The trio of microphones, placed in each earbud, bring Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) to life. It enhances the experience and cancels the noise while you listening to music. The earbuds also come with a Voice pickup unit (VPU) that helps filter in only your voice to the other party and not external noises.