Samsung is releasing a new Galaxy Watch this month, but that’s not all.


Samsung is releasing a new Galaxy Watch this month, but that’s not all.

SAMSUNG enthusiasts won’t have to wait long to learn about the latest devices, such as the Galaxy Watch 4.

The date for Samsung’s next major product launch has been set for August 11th, and we can’t wait to see what’s in store.

At its Unpacked event, the Korean tech giant has vowed to unveil a slew of new products, describing it as the “next chapter in mobile technologies meant to help you make the most of every moment, no matter where you are.”

The event’s theme is “Get Ready to Unfold,” and two new Galaxy Watches are slated to be among the biggest reveals.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic replaces the Galaxy Watch 3 Classic. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be updated with the Galaxy Watch 4.

They’re skipping a number, as you’ve noticed. However, it’s unlikely that it’s a blunder. Fans believe Samsung is simply combining its two watch lines under one brand and numbering scheme to make product launches easier to track.

The two new watches, like earlier entrants in the series, are expected to have a touch screen and a slew of health and sports-related capabilities, including blood oxygen monitoring and enhanced sleep tracking.

The software, on the other hand, is the most significant update. It will run on a new operating system that was co-developed with Google. Google’s software design will be combined with Samsung’s smartwatch apps and functionality in the new One UI Watch OS. This unified platform, according to Samsung, will “open up new features and integrations” with popular third-party apps that can be downloaded directly from Google Play on your Galaxy Watch.

Some rumored new watch videos have surfaced on Twitter, displaying some of the amazing graphics and fitness information.

Thanks to our source, here’s a tiny Galaxy Watch 4 tease!

New entries in Samsung’s legendary foldable phone line, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3, are anticipated to be introduced. If you like traditional smartphones, keep an eye out for the Galaxy S21 FE, a new lower-cost flagship.

Samsung’s wireless earbuds, the Galaxy Buds 2, are expected to get an update as well, including Active Noise Cancellation.

Samsung announced the news on its website. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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