Is it called the Galaxy Watch or the Gear S4? Will it run Tizen or Wear OS? Can it monitor blood pressure? We take a look at the reports and rumors and address the features that might have a starring role.
Samsung already has a patent for light technology that can track blood pressure, so while we haven’t seen this feature on previous Gear watches. Advanced health-tracking is becoming more popular in the world of wearables as brands aim to provide a more holistic approach to health and fitness monitoring. Apple also has a patent for blood-pressure monitoring technology.
Another patent, filed after the name of the Galaxy Watch, shows a smart wearable. Whether this will be the Galaxy Watch is still unknown: at this stage, you would expect that the watch has long been designed. This patent could, therefore, be intended for another smartwatch. On the sketches, we see a fairly basic round watch, which is quite unreliable, although it looks pretty much like the Gear S2.
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We should try to find out more about the Samsung Galaxy Watch and its alleged existence.