Samsung is back with a brand new smartwatch and fresh branding. The business declared its Galaxy Watch in its yearly Galaxy Note phone event today. It sports LTE connectivity and fees wirelessly. The organization’s abandoning their previous Gear branding and is instead linking the watch again directly to its Galaxy smartphone and tablet line. It includes a high resolution, AMOLED touch display, Gorilla DX+ glass, and it is water resistant for swimmingpool. The business claims its battery life has been improved, too. It should last several days, on a single charge. The Galaxy Watch also offers some wellness oriented attributes, including heart rate monitoring to build a baseline for each user.
So when it detects your heart is racing, it will prompt you to relax. It also tracks physical fitness and allows users to choose their activity. It’s going track sleep routines as well, and it’ll attempt to accommodate how nicely you’re sleeping. The watch looks comparable to the Gear S2 Classic with its less obvious bezel. Last year’s watch, the Gear Sport, were designed for athletes, and Samsung is shying away from this specific use case with the Galaxy Watch. It is definitely meant to be an every day timepiece that may handle physical fitness tracking along with some other more daily pursuits.