It’s been months of waiting and speculating. Together with the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung has officially introduced the new Galaxy Watch 4 Series. Two variants are ready: the regular Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. With these new wearables, Samsung is ushering the market into a new era of smartwatch innovation. The watches no longer run on Tizen but WearOS powered Samsung. It combines what Samsung and Google have to offer when it comes to wearable features and experiences.
Both models use One UI Watch on top of the Wear OS platform. The Galaxy Watch4 Series offers a more connected and seamless user experience. The smartwatch now offers the best wellness, fitness, and health tracking features.
The two differ in several ways. The more expensive Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic comes with a physical rotating bezel. The Galaxy Watch 4 is the more basic model between the two. Both watches offer Blood Oxygen Tracking, Sleep Score, and Snore Detection. The wearable devices feature Home Training with Samsung Smart TV connectivity but only in key markets. Wear OS brings integration with major apps like Google Maps and Spotify.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series also works with the Samsung BioActive Sensor. This means the watches can tell you your Electrical Heart, Optical Heart Rate, and Biolelectrical Impedance Analysis. They work well with the Body Composition Analysis Tool of Samsung.