We're not sure why the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 now has a web browser.
, by raj, 1 min reading time
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 has a 1.4-inch, 450 x 450 Super AMOLED display that can now be used to browse the web.
A browser was previously accessible on Tizen-based Samsung smartwatches, so it's yet another function that's made its way to the new-look Wear OS device.
Its not clear if it's geared for getting your morning news fix or keeping up with Wareable's latest news - but it could be great for quickly opening links in emails or messages.
But it has a lot more features than one might think.
You may navigate a webpage using gesture swipes. You may also access a zoom tool and see bookmarks by swiping up.
Perhaps most importantly, you can transmit a webpage to your smartphone to read in its entirety. Because bookmarks and other capabilities need synchronisation with the Samsung Internet browser, we're not sure if users of non-Samsung smartphones or regular browsers will be able to take advantage of them.
It's yet another arrow in the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4's quiver, which we praised in our review. Although the new Wear 3.0 hasn't moved out to any other smartwatches yet, and isn't expected to arrive on the TicWatch Pro 3, TicWatch E3, or Fossil Gen 6 until 2022, it's been a catalyst for positive change for Wear OS.
While this is a Samsung app, it is possible that it may join the ranks of Wear 3.0 apps.
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