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Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Series Overview

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The watch that knows you best

The Galaxy Watch4 was built to work for you, not the other way around. When you put in the work, it keeps you on track to push yourself to the next level. It combines style and function in ways that only get better now that Google apps are integrated. With Wear OS Powered by Samsung now onboard, this premium smartwatch has the tools to be at home in the gym and in the conference room.

If a more traditional look suits you better, then the Galaxy Watch4 Classic may fit your wrist just right. The physical rotating bezel ensures tactile precision navigating the watch’s extensive features, plus the option to swap out bands for any occasion. Both Galaxy Watch4 models were built with plenty of tech underneath to help you be your best self. That includes advanced sensors and tracking, as well as LTE connectivity for the ultimate in smartwatch performance.

Lightweight, luxurious and ready to go to work

Fashion always meets function every time you strap on the Galaxy Watch4 or Watch4 Classic. Both watches were built to fit your needs, be it from a stylistic or feature perspective. Let the watch show itself off whenever you flash it during a leisurely stroll or a rigorous workout.

Advanced workout tracking will automatically recognize six popular activities, like walking, running, cycling, and more. You can also manually track up to 90 different workouts, including HIIT training and others, like circuit training, stretching, yoga, and so many others you could do at the gym or at home.

Take part in group fitness challenges, where you can connect with friends and family to motivate each other. Friendly competition could steer you toward greater heights and achieve goals you set for yourself, or meet challenges from loved ones. Track everything you do in the Samsung Health app to know where you stand and how far you have left to go.

Stay on top of your health and fitness

Advanced run coaching gives you the chance to get more out of every step you take. The Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic can track the distance and performance for every run. Set goals for yourself and use the available tools to gauge your health and fitness levels as you keep on progressing.

Your VO2 Max score will tell you more after you run outdoors for at least 20 minutes with GPS on. When it’s time to sleep, or when you just want to know, the SpO2 sensor measures your blood oxygen level to make sure you’re where you need to be. The new Samsung BioActive Sensor allows you to accurately measure your body composition including skeletal muscle, fat mass, body fat, body mass index (BMI) and body water for a holistic look at your overall health goals.

The Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic run on Wear OS Powered by Samsung, potentially opening up a number of other health and fitness apps in the future. Look for them in the Google Play Store directly on your watch or on your phone. When you pair it with a Galaxy smartphone and download an app, you will see that app also appear on the watch.

Wear a watch to Watch4 you

You can feel a little more secure in case you ever fall down while wearing the Galaxy Watch4. If you take a hard fall, the watch will make a call. It automatically sends an SOS message to an emergency contact with your location to make sure help is on the way.

For women, the Glow app within Samsung Health holds a special purpose to keep on top of fertility, ovulation cycles and periods. This way, you keep an eye on your well-being as a woman by logging all the details and feeling a deeper sense of connection with your body.

When it comes time to pay for something, use your watch, not your wallet. Samsung Pay and Google Pay work straight from the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic. Tap your wrist and leave your cards and phone in your pocket.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Curiosity .. how comprehensive are the emails and texts compared to the Apple Watch??
    Can a text be fully read…or is it limiting?

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