The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 classic is bringing a lot of new with its release, from the new Wear OS 3 to the new health sensors. But does all of that add up to say you should give up the fantastic Galaxy Watch 3 for it, perhaps.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is an impressive piece of technology. From the advanced sensors to the unique rotating bezel, it has a lot of parts that are very susceptible to moisture. So, will the watch get ruined if it gets wet? Let's see what Samsung did to keep its smartwatch safe from fluids.
While Wear OS might be the Galaxy Watch's future, its present and past watches run Tizen, and Samsung has now put a shelf life on each current model. With three years of promised support from the product's launch, here's how much time each Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active has left.
When it comes to buying a smartwatch, one of the first things that most people consider is how it looks. While that is important, as is the quality of the materials, you won't want to wear something if it fails to meet your expectations. That smartwatch may look and feel great to wear, but if the experience of using it is frustrating — you probably won't keep wearing it.
The Galaxy Watch 4 seems to be coming sooner than we had originally expected, but we still don't know much about the actual product just yet. Still, that doesn't mean we don't have personal wishlists for features, new and old.
The Fossil Gen 5e and Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 both share something in common: They're fashionable smartwatches that look more like traditional wristwatches. But based on what's going on under the hood, which one is the better option?