Samsung has announced that it will present the new Galaxy Watch4 at its next unboxing event this summer. Among other things, the smartwatch is supposed to monitor your heart rate while you sleep and is delivered with a new operating system based on Google Watch 3.0. Samsung has developed this to the One UI Watch, including a close connection to Galaxy smartphones.
One UI Watch and Galaxy Watch4
Samsung presented a new user interface, or rather a new operating system for smartwatches, at the Mobile World Congress (WMC) As also reported by Notebookcheck. With One UI Watch, there should also be a more intense mix between a smartwatch equipped with the operating system and a Galaxy smartphone. The core of the smartwatch operating system is Google Wear or Wear OS 3.0 and not Tizen, as is the case with many other smartwatches. Samsung Wear OS 3.0 developed with Google, but it has captured more than just the user interface. Apps should be able to start One UI Watch 30 percent faster than Tizen. In addition, there will be a tool that will allow the design of the dials of the watch to be very large-scale.
The improved compatibility of One UI Watch for Samsung Galaxy series smartphones has several implications. For example, the smartwatch version of an app is automatically installed when you install the standard version on your Galaxy smartphone. There should also be an added advantage in terms of concurrency. As for the upcoming Galaxy Watch4, which will be equipped with the new One UI Watch operating system, Samsung has announced that the smartwatch will be presented at an upcoming unboxing event this summer. Among other things, the smartwatch should be able to better and continuously monitor the heart rate, even while the user is sleeping, while still having better battery life than previous Galaxy watches.
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