Samsung’s biggest improvement in years, the Galaxy Watch 4, could arrive on this date.
The Galaxy Watch 4 might be unveiled in as little as a few weeks. Here’s when the South Korean tech behemoth might reveal and distribute the much-anticipated wristwatch update.
Samsung fans may have learned when the Galaxy Watch 4 will be available for purchase. At a jam-packed Unpacked event scheduled for August 11, the South Korean electronics giant is set to announce a slew of new items. The Samsung Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active 4 are expected to be unveiled at the Unpacked event.
The Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Galaxy S21 FE, and Galaxy Buds Pro are also slated to be unveiled during the Samsung event in August.
This truckload of new Samsung gadgets was previously rumored to be released a few weeks after the Unpacked presentation on August 27.
A new leak has backed up this rumored release date, according to a post by Sam Mobile.
The Galaxy Watch 4 was apparently listed on Amazon Canada early, with the smart watch expected to launch on August 27.
The Galaxy Watch 4 was listed on Amazon Canada with a price of CA$346.82 with graphics that matched the leaked photos for the wearable.
The Galaxy Watch 4 will offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and connection options, according to an Amazon Canada item that has since been removed.
Blood oxygen monitoring, heart rate monitoring, and enhanced sleep tracking functions are also expected.
While non-invasive glucose monitoring could be one of the major new Galaxy Watch 4 capabilities.
However, it’s possible that this feature will only be accessible on the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, not the Active.
The Galaxy Watch 4 is generating a lot of buzz since it will be the most significant update to Samsung’s smart watch line in years.
Because the Galaxy Watch 4 will be the first Samsung smart watch to be released after the company revealed it will be dumping TizenOS in favor of Google’s WearOS.
Because the Google smart watch software is based on Android, the Galaxy Watch 4 will be able to work with a wide selection of smartphones that run the world’s most popular mobile operating system.
As “Brinkwire Summary News” points out, this might result in a massive increase of new apps.