Samsung adopts two Galaxy Watch4 smartwatches


Samsung has started preparing to launch the first versions of its Wear OS smartwatches as an alternative to the company’s own Tizen system, and the Korean giant has already adopted two Galaxy Watch4 smartwatches.

Samsung will soon introduce two new versions of its smartwatches, which include the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch Active4, with each version launching in two different models in size, and the new versions have already been approved in 3C in China.

3C listings reveal that the new versions support a 5W charger, but Samsung will not offer the new versions of the Galaxy Watch4 watches with a power adapter in the box content.

Also, it is scheduled to launch new versions of the Galaxy Watch4 series in the Chinese market, where the 0 appears at the end of each number of smart watch models.

The model number SM-R860 is scheduled to return for the Galaxy Watch Active4, which features a size of 39 mm, while the second model comes with the number SM-R870, which is the company’s version of the Galaxy Watch Active4 with a size of 43 mm.

The third model also comes with the number SM-R880, which is the version that launches with the title Galaxy Watch4 and the size of 41 mm, while the fourth model appears in the database with the number SM-R890 and the title of Galaxy Watch4 and the size of 45 mm.

One of these versions comes with a 247 mAh battery capacity, and it is believed that other versions come with a larger battery capacity, and smart watches also support 5W charging.

It is reported that the leaks that came so far confirmed Samsung’s plans to launch new versions of the Galaxy Watch4 watches during the company’s event held in August to officially announce the new versions of the Galaxy Z foldable phones.



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