If you're looking for a new smartwatch for your Android device, your best bet is picking up one of Samsung's. But with so many choices, it's hard to decide which one is really the best for you. So we've done the leg-work to help you easily decide.
If you're in the market for a new Android smartwatch, Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 4 is a no-brainer. However, Mobvoi also makes a case for itself with the TicWatch E3, so we've put the two watches side-by-side to help you decide between the two.
Samsung unveiled a variety of great products at the Galaxy Unpacked event, including the snazzy Galaxy Watch 4. It has loads of great new features, but does it support Qi wireless charging? Here's your answer.
The Galaxy Watch 4 is still unproven as the standard-bearer for the new Wear OS 3, but I couldn't hit the preorder button fast enough last Wednesday. So here's why I'm buying a Galaxy Watch 4 — and why you should, too.
No other company — including Google's own Fitbit — can design, manufacture, and distribute a product like Samsung. No other company will be able to make a high-quality product and sell it at a reasonable price. No other company can save Wear OS.
Amazon is offering one of the easiest ways to get your hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and even score a free Samsung wireless charger in the process. The deal is available on practically every configuration of Samsung's latest smartwatch, too.
Samsung's Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic are fantastic new smartwatches, but they have some surprising limitations. Here's what you'll be missing out on if you're note using a Samsung Galaxy phone.
It's hard to deny the allure of Samsung's first watch with the new, merged Wear OS system, especially at these prices. But before you pull the strap on your own, we first need to decide which Galaxy Watch 4 color deserves to live on your wrist.