Samsung has released a major Wear OS 3.0 upgrade for the Galaxy Watch 4.
, by raj, 7 min reading time
Ahead of its Unpacked presentation, Samsung has unveiled a slew of new Wear OS capabilities for the Galaxy Watch 4. Samsung has unveiled additional fitness features, a new voice assistant, new way applications will be handled, and an upgraded YouTube Music app as we wait for Wear OS 3.0 to arrive on Wear smartwatches. Sleep monitoring is receiving a makeover, with additional analysis accessible if you wear your wristwatch to bed, starting with fitness and health functions. The Sleep Animals, which are essentially chronotype profiles to assist you to understand the kind of behavior you display during rest, are used to do this investigation. Before you're allocated one of the eight animals, the upgraded Samsung sleep monitoring tracks your sleep habits for a week and asks you to complete two sleep questionnaires. However, the most intriguing part is that you may then begin a sleep enhancement programme that is personalised to your chronotype profile. Wear OS 3.0 has been improved by Samsung. Following that, Samsung has finally added Google Assistant to the Galaxy Watch 4.It has now been announced that Google Assistant will be "coming shortly" - however no other details have been provided. However, there is a new option for customers to install apps onto their Galaxy Watch 4 right now. Finally, Samsung will support streaming through the YouTube Music Wear OS 3.0 app via LTE and Wi-Fi, as well as offline synced playlists, all of which are planned to arrive shortly. That one doesn't appear to be particular to the Galaxy Watch 4, and it will be available to Wear OS 2.0 devices as well.
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