Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 appears on Wi-Fi Alliance

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 is rumored to launch this year. As per the Google I/O 2021 event, Google and Samsung are merging Wear OS and Tizen. Now, the upcoming wearable has made an appearance on the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website. Interestingly, there are 13 new models of the next Galaxy smartwatch.

Galaxy Watch 4

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As mentioned, Samsung will no longer debut Tizen-only watches. After the collaboration, the resulting platform will be known as Wear. Accordingly, the Wi-Fi Alliance website confirms that the upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 will be based on the new Android OS: Wear.

Google claims that the new Wear platform will offer more apps and watch faces as well as fitness features from Fitbit. Samsung’s Tizen will further toss these traits with a smoother scrolling experience and better battery life. Plus, it will be faster at loading apps.

There are 13 models of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 as per the Wi-Fi Alliance website. The model numbers include SM-R885N, SM-R895N, SM-R8950, SM-R860, SM-R870, and SM-R880, among others. The first two variants are the 41mm and 45mm version of the wearable respectively.

Galaxy Watch 4

Galaxy Watch 4

 

 

 

 

 

As an assumption, maybe the other model numbers are associated with different regions. Additionally, the smartwatch will support both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands.

Galaxy Watch 4

At this moment, this is all we have in our hands right now. Apart from this, the listing does not reveal much about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 specifications. However, according to rumors, the upcoming wearable will arrive in a circular design with a popular rotating bezel. We will make sure to keep you posted with the latest update regarding the new Galaxy Watch 4.

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