Gone are days when people carry watches only for watching the time. In today's world, a watch can offer far better things than just showing time. With the advancement of technology, the latest Smartwatches feature a bunch of broad range of aspects. However, not all Smartwatches can make users happy. Some smartwatches are too large, too unattractive, too sluggish while some are too expensive. There are a plethora of ways that can go wrong. While the world is still away from achieving perfection, Samsung brings Galaxy Watch4. Let's see what does it offer.
Key features of Samsung Galaxy Watch4
This article will discuss different sides of the Samsung Galaxy Watch one by one to give a full view to the users. For people who have eyes for special features of a watch, this article will cover them all. Let’s begin
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 is a sleek wristwatch with a comfortable fit for a wrist. The watch is a little chunkier and keeps a rotating bezel.
It provides a smaller design, with a couple of buttons on the right edge. There is nothing else to distract from its clean appearance. It is available in two sizes: a 40mm face and a 44mm case.
Both variants are constructed entirely of aluminium. The 40mm variant comes in 40.4 x 39.3 x 9.8mm dimension and weighs 25.9g, while the 44mm variant measures 44.4 x 43.3 x 9.8mm and weighs 30.3g.
Both Galaxy Watch4 versions have brilliant displays. The resolution in both versions is remarkable, with the 40mm mode as it offers 396 x 396 pixels and the 44mm variant offering 450 x 450 pixels. Both variants have a pixel density of 330 pixels per inch.
One feature that distinguishes the Galaxy Watch4 from other smartwatches is its virtually rotating bezel. There is no real rotating bezel here, but users can spin between menus and access various functions by running their fingers around the black bezel of the screen.
Each model of the watch is also IP68-rated for dust and water resistance, allowing them to be submerged in water at a maximum of 5 meters deep. However, a note regarding the included watch band: it's constructed of a novel material that may not be suitable for intensive exercises since it caused a rash on the human wrist.
Additionally, colour selections differ across models. The 40mm Watch4 comes in gold, black, or silver, while the 44mm Watch4 is available in black, green, or silver. All of them are quite subdued hues, so users may want to purchase another strap if they like a more vibrant hue on their wrist.
The Watch4 is supported by Samsung's Exynos W920 CPU and comes with 1.5GB of RAM. This is sufficient to operate a whole deal of applications without experiencing any slowness. This is by far the most responsive smartwatches the world has seen.
When this speed is not as visible as it is on a smartphone or a laptop, it is noticeable when compared to other smartwatches, and it enables you to utilize a range of applications while the GPS functions are active, for example.