The Galaxy Watch 4 & Watch 4 Classic are now available in major markets with positive responses. With the Wear OS 3 version, users can get plenty of new services, advanced heath features, and loads of new apps. Even recently, the watches received Spotify’s offline music service and the official YouTube Music app. Still, there is room for improvement on the fourth-gen watches. The Samsung Browser and the left-hand support, which were part of previous models are not available on the Watch 4 series.

That’s could change soon, as the Samsung team has promised to bring these essential features for the wearables. Samsung Browser was the only internet browser on the Tizen OS from the company. Maybe, there are not many people who use the internet on the wearable, but most of the users use it to surf the sites on the go. Of course, why not. That’s why Samsung has offered Wi-Fi & LTE services in the first place. The Play Store on Wear OS also has some good-rating or recommended browsers, though they are not comparable with Samsung’s Internet Browser.

Samsung Browser on Galaxy Watch 4

The left-handed mode is the other function that will soon come to the new smartwatches. There is no answer to why the company hasn’t launched it in the first place. Now, after the user’s request, Samsung has decided to bring it back. It is good for those users who use another arm, and the left-hand mode gives them easy access. Also, users who want to switch to the other hand for some reason can do this seamlessly. We will inform you when both these functions come to the Galaxy Watch 4 series.

By Madhav Biradar

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.