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  1. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will run Wear OS – but glucose tracking is off the menu Another week and a new batch of rumors around the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and the Watch Active 4. We’re really excited about what could be seismic change in Samsung’s smartwatch line-up, and while rumors always been reported with caveats, it’s part of the fun of big tech launches – and this could be the biggest in wearables for years. Just the sheer volume of rumors around the release of the Galaxy Watch 4 make this a near certainty, and now another tipster has thro
  2. Galaxy Watch 3 update adds support for SmartThings Find to track your lost device Samsung has introduced an update to the Galaxy Watch 3 that brings support for SmartThings Find to the wearable. The feature arrives alongside several other changes, including reduced auto workout detection. Introduced last year, SmartThings Find helps you locate your lost Samsung Galaxy devices. The feature makes use of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and ultra-wideband (UWB) technologies. So, if you misplace your Galaxy Watch 3, you should be able to see its location, whether it’
  3. Samsung expands blood pressure and electrocardiogram features of Galaxy Watch to 31 new countries Samsung today announced the expansion of the Samsung Health Monitor app to 31 new countries. With the new Samsung Health Monitor app, Galaxy Watch3 and Galaxy Watch Active2 users can enjoy blood pressure and electrocardiogram tracking features. Y0u can find the list of countries below. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania,
  4. Samsung to unpack new Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Watch over the next week Expect to see big changes in the next tablet and little ones in the smartwatch. Enlarge / Samsung teased two new devices to debut ahead of its Unpacked conference. Samsung Samsung has opted to release some new hardware ahead of its Unpacked conference next week. A shadowy teaser video gives launch dates for two new products: a tablet and a smartwatch. The tablet is likely a full-featured Galaxy Tab S6. The most recent entry in the te
  5. Always connected through more than 30 carriers worldwide Why it matters: While everyone was excited to hear about its latest flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 9 was not the only new product Samsung “Unpacked” today. It also unveiled an LTE-enabled smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch is Samsung’s answer to the Apple Watch 3. It touts advanced health and fitness capabilities and long battery life. It also stays connected even if you leave your Galaxy Note 9 behind by going through your cellular network. “At Samsung, we have a long history of providing consumers with choice, while mai
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