Samsung's range of smartwatches will undergo some drastic changes, especially with regard to software. It is true that there is still nothing official. However, several reports say that Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4 will switch from Tizen OS to Google Wear OS. This rumor was even confirmed by some Korean media and, today, we also got to know some details in terms of sensors and dimensions. However, there is big news about Galaxy Watch 4 and Active 4 and it is not good!
Galaxy Watch 4 and Active 4: big news can stay in the drawer!
One of them says that neither the Galaxy Watch 4 nor the Galaxy Watch Active 4 will have a sensor capable of measuring blood glucose levels. This goes against everything that has been said so far. In fact, this was one of the most interesting rumors with regard to the new smartwatch and would be a great asset for those suffering from diabetes. All because it would be a non-intrusive method of tracking blood glucose levels.
In addition to the software and sensors, the new smartwatches will have different dimensions compared to the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2.
So it looks like Samsung will try to make the Galaxy Watch Active 4 smaller. If the rumors are confirmed, the smartwatch will be launched in two variants. However one will be 40mm and the other 42mm. I remember that previously the largest was 44mm.
In contrast, the Galaxy Watch 4 variants will be larger compared to their predecessors. In practice, 42 and 46 mm instead of 41 and 45.
We will still have to wait some more time to see if this is all true or not.
So the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch Active 4 must be presented near the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3. Maybe at the end of July or August. Until that time, we can only count on leaks and rumors.
In any case, it looks like we will be entitled to two excellent wearables. The question for me is always the price. I would like them to be a little more economical so that they can reach the hands of many more users.
Source: Android – Leak by www.leak.pt.
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