Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Vs Watch 4 Classic Unboxing!
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So your purchase decision is pretty clear here: fancy a compact and sporty design. Well, the standard watch 4 is for you, but if you prefer a relatively premium smartwatch experience with a bold look, then the galaxy watch 4. Classic is where its at still in all, no matter which one you end up getting durability is not going to be an issue, since these pair of wearables are mil standard 810g certified and has 5 atm and ip68 rated against dust and water damage too up front. There is either a 1.2 inches or 1.4 inches super amoled screen. The watchforce display is guarded by cornings gorilla, glass, dx plus, whereas the watch 4 classic gets the gorilla glass dx protection. Okay, with that, out of the way lets now talk about the crown jewel of these smartwatches, the wearer s3, combining the best of samsungs tizen with google square os has been exactly what the android smartwatch piece needed for a long time, and the two have finally stepped Up to the challenge, while google officially named this co, develop platform where ost samsung prefers to call it where os powered by samsung instead first unveiled at the i o 2021. A couple of months ago, google promised a slew of improvements on this platform, including better battery life up to 30 faster app loading times, um fluid animations and more after briefly, playing around with these smartwatches. I definitely noticed superior responsiveness on the watch 4 series compared to the tizen based watch 3 from last year, but the difference im talking about is not significant enough to dismiss the legacy of tizen os right away.
Furthermore, if you have noticed the similarity between this ui and ux and samsungs one ui, that is because the watch 4 series gets a one ui watch 3 skin on top. What this means is that this is not how stock, where os 3 looks like, which leaves other smartwatch makers, with the option to really personalize their products or not. Also, this is a strictly android platform, meaning that the watch 4 and the watch 4 classic are not ios compatible, at least for now, anyway. Um by far the biggest win where os 3 brings to the watch, 4 series has to be the play store support. As a result, i can finally enjoy google maps on a samsung smartwatch and a bunch of other third party apps too. Besides the software upgrade, these smart watches are powered by samsungs new exynos w920 chipset paired with 1.5 gb of ram and 16 gb of internal storage based on a power efficient, five nanometer structure. This chip promises a 20 faster cpu and a 10 fold faster gpu performance than the exynos 9110 on the watch 3 and the watch active 2.. Okay on to the hill tracking side of things. The watch 4 lineup is no slouch either from over 90 workout modes. Um sleep tracking to blood oxygen monitoring its all here, but thats almost too basic for a flagship smartwatch in 2021 right, thankfully, samsung is debuting a bunch of interesting health tracking capabilities here. One of them is the three in one bioactive sensor, which includes a optical heart rate, electrical heart and bioelectrical impedance analysis sensor to monitor your blood pressure level, heartbeat irregularity, blood, oxygen level and something called body composition.
With this, the watch 4 and watford classic can measure everything from your body, fat, skeletal muscle and body water level in a matter of seconds this time, around blood pressure and ecg monitoring get a wider availability as well 4d countries to be very specific, still regions like Nepal and india are not on that list, while blood pressure management is not acceptable in the us either. Okay, moving on samsung is also introducing snore detection on its smart watches. For the first time under this, your smartphone monitors your snoring habits, whereas the watch keeps track of the spo2 level to record your sleeping habits. Despite all the future upgrades samsung is still promising up to 40 hours of battery life across all the variants. Naturally, the 40 and 42 mm configurations host a smaller battery, contrary to the one on the 44 and 46 mm options, theres also an lte variant which should eat up the battery even more regardless. They support wpc based 5 watt wireless charging like last years, galaxy watch 3. so guys that was it for my brief hands on impressions of the samsung galaxy watch 4 and the watch 4 classic from the new wear os platform, body, composition, tool and a handful of Other upgrades there are a lot of things to get excited by on these android smartwatches.