Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is broadly anticipated to launch later this yr and the corporate even hinted at this on the Google I/O 2021. Throughout the keynote a couple of days in the past, Google and Samsung introduced that they had been merging Put on OS and Tizen. The ensuing platform is named Put on and will probably be seen on future Android smartwatches. Notably, this additionally signifies that Samsung will now not launch Tizen-only watches. The upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 might be based mostly on Put on and in the present day we have now noticed the gadget on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification web site. In actual fact, we have now noticed 13 fashions of the upcoming smartwatch.
13 Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 fashions noticed on Wi-Fi Alliance
As many as 13 fashions of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 have appeared on the Wi-Fi Alliance web site. The mannequin numbers embody SM-R885N, SM-R895N, SM-R8950, SM-R860, SM-R870, and SM-R880, amongst others. From what we all know to date, the SM-R885N is the 41mm variant whereas the SM-R895N is the 45mm model. The opposite mannequin numbers might be related to completely different areas. The Wi-Fi Alliance web site additionally exhibits that the smartwatch runs the brand new Android OS, which is Put on. Moreover, the Galaxy Watch 4 will help each 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands. Sadly, the itemizing doesn’t inform us something extra in regards to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4’s specs.
We don’t know what the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will seem like, however rumours recommend it’s going to retain the round design and the favored rotating bezel. The spotlight, in fact, would be the transfer to the Put on platform. Google claims the brand new Put on platform might be sooner at loading apps, supply a smoother scrolling expertise, and higher battery life than earlier than, with the assistance of Samsung’s Tizen platform. Put on may even supply extra apps and watch faces in addition to health options from Fitbit. We hope to study extra in regards to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 within the coming weeks.