Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch Active 4 inch closer to launch
In the second half of this year, Samsung is likely to unveil three new smartphones and two new smartwatches. With its future smartwatches, the business has revealed that it will convert from Tizen OS to a whole new version of Google’s Wear OS. The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4 smartwatches have now gained the requisite certification and are on their way to being released.
The CCC certification for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4 was received yesterday in China. Each of those smartwatches has two variations that passed the certification process. The Galaxy Watch Active 4 has two variants: the SM-R860 (39mm) and the SM-R870 (43mm), while the Galaxy Watch 4 has two variants: the SM-R880 (41mm) and the SM-R890 (45mm). Both smartwatches will come with 5W wireless chargers, but no charging adapter will be included in the box.
The Galaxy Watch 4’s 41mm version, like the Galaxy Watch 3, will be powered by a 247mAh battery, as was disclosed yesterday. Similar to existing Galaxy Watch devices, the smartwatch should last a couple of days on a single charge. The future smartwatches are rumored to include circular Super AMOLED displays, dust and water resistance, an accelerometer, barometer, gyro, GPS, a heart rate monitor, SpO2 monitoring, and sleep tracking, among other features.
The Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4 will include a 5nm Exynos CPU in terms of hardware. This chipset should bring much-needed speed, performance, and battery efficiency to the table. Slimmer bezels and flat glass protection are also included. In August 2021, the smartwatches are scheduled to be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3.