Earlier this month Samsung launched its new wearable Galaxy Watch along with the launch of its flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9. The smartwatch is yet to cover all the markets around the world but Samsung introduced a minor update to the Galaxy Watch. This update makes the Galaxy watch software version updated to R800XXU1BRH3. This minute update mentions improvements to Samsung Health and helps in bug fixing and some other changes in the Galaxy watch.
This Samsung Galaxy watch has many updates and features over its predecessor versions like Samsung Gear S3. It has Super AMOLED display protected with Corning Gorilla DX+. Unlike its predecessors this model is available in two size variants of 42mm and 46mm expanding the choice of the customers. Galaxy Watch is built with Tizen based wearable Operating System 4.0 and it has the powerful Exynos 9110 Dual-core 1.15 GHz processor. Both the size variants of these smartwatch are available in LTE only and Bluetooth only model with LTE model having 4GB internal storage and 1.5GB RAM while the Bluetooth model has 4GB internal storage and 768MB RAM. Galaxy watch is waterproof it means you can carry it with you even when you are going for the swimming.
This Galaxy watch has the latest updated features and more battery life than its predecessors. Compared with Gear S3, the Galaxy watch is built with more updated health and fitness features. This smartwatch has various tracking system like sleep tracking, exercise tracking which include 39 different exercises. Galaxy watch also has stress management tracker which detects the stress level by measuring your heart rate level and also monitors your sleep quality and timing.
This newly launched smartwatch with characteristic features and more updated version is best suitable for various daily routine functions like stress management and sleep management. Samsung is planning to launch Samsung Health 6.0 which may prove as a major update with various excellent features and technology.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.