Samsung has finally released the much-awaited feature for the Galaxy Watch 4. The company introduced the smartwatch in August last year. Since that time, Samsung Galaxy Watch users have been waiting for Google Assistant support. When the watch first launched, it featured support for Bixby. Interestingly, we got to see the first look of the Google Assistant on the Galaxy Watch 4 in February 2022. Now, the Google Assistant features a totally new design; users just need to say ‘Hey Google’ and they will see a full-screen UI and the four-color light bar at the bottom. The bottom bar is responsive to voice.
In an official statement, Samsung revealed that “Starting today, Galaxy Watch4 users will also be able to download Google Assistant on their devices gaining access to fast, more natural voice interactions, quick answers to questions, and on-the-go help. With access to both Bixby and Google Assistant, consumers will have access to more advanced voice assistant functionality right from their wrists,”.
However, the disappointing thing to note here is the company hasn’t rolled out Google Assistant support for Galaxy Watch 4 users in all the countries. Specifically, the users present in the following countries can use the feature, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan. It is clear that the Indian users will have to wait for a while before getting the new features.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Specifications
As for specifications, the smartwatch comes with a 1.2-inch AMOLED Always-On display with 396×396 pixel resolution. Plus, the display features a Corning Gorilla Glass on top. Other important aspects of the watch, include a BioActive Sensor which is a 3-in-1 sensor, according to Samsung. The new sensor needs a single chip to run three health sensors; including Optical Heart Rate, Electrical Heart, and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis. As a result, the Galaxy 4 series can monitor blood pressure, and oxygen levels, and detect irregular heartbeat.
The smartphone features a new Body Composition measurement option. It allows users to have a better knowledge of their overall health and fitness by measuring skeletal muscle, basal metabolic rate, body water, and body fat percentage. Aside from that, the device can monitor your calorie intake and sleep patterns.
Samsung has loaded the smartwatches with an Exynos W920 SoC, 1.5GB of RAM, and storage on the wearables is 16GB.
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