The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 was unveiled on August 11 during Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event. The Watch4 is packed with functions such as blood pressure or EKG measurement, Samsung continues to focus on fitness and has integrated a BIA sensor that provides information about the fat percentage, muscle mass, and much more.
However, with the Galaxy Watch4 series, Samsung is introducing several new features. Since Samsung devices now communicate through the SmartThings app, you’ll be able to operate your smart home from your wrist using the SmartThings app and the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 classic. This allows you to control your smart home accessories from your wrist instead of having to open the app on your smartphone.
Galaxy Watch4: How To Use This Feature?
You can install the app from your smartwatch or smartphone by going to the Play Store. Click on “Installation available on additional devices” after searching for SmartThings.
When you open SmartThings on the watch, the selected area, such as the living room or kitchen, will appear at the top. Directly below are the various modes of the shown areas and the many devices that can be operated in the selected area. Additional control options for some devices can be found in the device information.
Specifications: Galaxy Watch4
The Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic will be equipped with 5nm chipsets (Exynos W920), which will improve both performance and battery life. The Galaxy Watch4 40mm and Galaxy Watch4 Classic 42mm both have a 1.2-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 396×396 pixels. The Galaxy Watch4 44mm and Classic 46mm, on the other hand, have a 1.4-inch (450×450 pixels) AMOLED display. The Galaxy Watch4 40mm and the Galaxy Watch4 Classic 42mm have a 247mAh battery, whereas the Watch4 44mm and 46mm Galaxy Watch feature a 361mAh battery.
Because of a BioActive Sensor that integrates all important sensors into a single device, Samsung was able to make the overall chassis slimmer than its predecessor. The watch also comes with preloaded sports settings to help you track your fitness activities. Both have a water-resistant IP68-certified construction. 4G LTE (optional), dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v5.0, GPS/ Glonass/ Beidou/ Galileo, and NFC are among the connectivity choices.
In terms of compatibility, the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic will both function with Android 6.0 devices with more than 1.5GB of RAM. The Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic both run on the OneUI Watch operating system that is based on WearOS. This implies that customers will be able to utilize Google’s new smartwatch apps and services directly, such as Maps, Play Store, and other Samsung and third-party apps.
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