Review Samsung Galaxy Watch4 | Galaxy Watch4 Classic – Samsung officially introduced their smartwatch series called the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Series at the Galaxy Unpacked event along with the foldable smartphone Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G and TWS Samsung Galaxy Buds2.
This smartwatch series consists of Galaxy Watch4 Bluetooth (44mm), Galaxy Watch4 Classic LTE (46mm), Galaxy Watch4 Classic Bluetooth (46mm), and Galaxy Watch4 Classic Bluetooth (42mm). In all cases, the pixel density is set at 330PPI.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 series is the first smartwatch from Samsung with the One UI Watch operating system based on Google’s Wear OS and leaving their Tizen OS behind.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Series has a 5nm Exynos W920 chipset. The Galaxy Watch4 has a digital bezel while the Galaxy Watch4 Classic has a rotatable bezel and a stainless steel body.
Samsung says the Galaxy Watch4 series is aimed at health-conscious people with lots of new features and a completely redesigned 3-in-1 sensor.
Samsung’s bioactive sensors on the back of the Galaxy Watch4 measure PPG (a technique for detecting blood volume and flow), ECG (heart rhythm), and BIA (a method of assessing body composition).
While the bioactive sensor reads all three, it actually collects info from the electrodes for the ECG and body composition on the silver rim around the scanner and on the two side-mounted buttons. Now the feature is slimmer without compromising its performance.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Series has support for 4G LTE connectivity with 1.5GB RAM and 16GB storage, and has an Always-On Display feature.
This smartwatch series has a battery with a capacity of 361mAh for the larger version and 247mAh for the smaller version. Samsung claims the Galaxy Watch4 can last for 40 hours on a single charge which it says will be fully charged from 0 to 100 percent in under two hours.