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These are the specifications for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Buds 2 series – ANTARA News Central Kalimantan

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Jakarta (ANTARA) – Samsung Electronics, along with the launch of mobile phones, also presented the latest series of Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatches and Galaxy Buds 2 wireless earbuds.

“We are witnessing tremendous growth for the Galaxy Watch series as consumers are discovering the health and convenience benefits of wearables,” said TM Roh, head of the mobile division at Samsung Electronics.

Galaxy Watch 4
Samsung announced the Galaxy Watch 4 series using the operating system they developed with Google, Wear OS Powered by Samsung. As for the interface, it uses One UI Watch.

The watch series consists of the Glaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, measuring 44 millimeters and 40 millimeters and 46 millimeters and 42 millimeters, respectively.

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This platform made by Samsung and Google allows the watch to connect to Google applications, especially Google Maps and Google Play. The watch will be able to install third-party apps on Google Play, such as the Strava sports tracker and Spotify music streaming.

Users can still access applications in the Galaxy ecosystem such as Samsung Pay, SmartThings and Bixby.

Meanwhile, thanks to One UI, the watch will automatically sync to the phone, including the list of phone numbers that the user has blocked. This system also has an Auto Switch feature to switch the earbuds from the phone’s audio to the Galaxy Watch 4, or vice versa.

The Galaxy Watch 4 series supports touchless use of Gesture Controls, such as moving your hand up and down twice to accept a phone call and rotating your wrist twice to reject a call or dismiss notifications and alarms.

Samsung adds to the capabilities of the Galaxy Watch 4 in health and fitness features, the first of which is the measurement of body composition, Body Composition Measurement, which can measure muscle levels, basal metabolic rate, water and fat levels in the body.

How to measure body composition simply by using this watch as usual, the Galaxy Watch 4 will be able to capture 2,400 data points in about 15 seconds.

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Samsung also equipped this fourth-generation watch with a BioActive Sensor, this time a smaller design without compromising measurement accuracy. The new 3-in-1 sensor uses a single chip to run three sensors, namely Optical Heart Rate, Electrical Heart Rate and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis to monitor blood pressure, detect irregular AFib heartbeats and measure blood oxygen levels.

The Sleep Scores feature embedded in the Galaxy Watch 4 can study sleep patterns and measure oxygen levels in the blood during the user’s sleep.

For fitness features, Galaxy Watch 4 is equipped with the Group Challenge feature for sports competitions with fellow watch users.

The watch is also equipped with a feature that can connect to a Samsung Smart TV, which will display a calorie count and heart rate.

Hardware-wise, Samsung is upgrading the engine and expanding the memory for this watch. The Galaxy Watch 4 series uses a 5 nanometer processor with 20 percent faster CPU capabilities, 50 percent more RAM and 10 times faster GPU than the previous generation.

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These improvements allow the watch to perform multitasking more smoothly and easily. While on the screen, Samsung increased the resolution to 450×450 pixels for sharper visuals.

For memory, Samsung provides a capacity of 16GB so that the Galaxy Watch 4 can be installed with music applications and store photos.

For the battery, Samsung claims up to 40 hours of endurance and 30 minutes of charging can last for 10 hours. As for the capacity, there is a difference for the Galaxy Watch, which is 361mAh for the 44 and 46 millimeter sizes, and 247mAh for the 40 and 42 millimeter sizes.

Samsung sells the Galaxy Watch 4 for Rp.2,999,000 (40 millimeters) and Rp. 3,499,000 (44 millimeters), as well as the Galaxy Watch Classic for Rp. 4,499,000 (42 millimeters), Rp. 4,999,000 (46 millimeters Bluetooth) and Rp. 5,999,000 (LTE).

Samsung Galaxy Buds 2. (ANTARA/HO)

At the same event, Samsung also released the Galaxy Buds 2, a complement to the Galaxy ecosystem alongside phones, tablets and smartwatches.

These second-generation earbuds from Samsung are equipped with dynamic, two-way speakers that produce clear highs and deep bass.

The active noise canceling feature embedded in the Galaxy Buds 2 can muffle the sound around the user up to 98 percent. Samsung provides three ambient sound options when users hear background sound.

These wireless earbuds are equipped with the latest machine learning so that the user’s voice becomes clearer when making phone calls, by filtering out various types of noise around him.

Samsung maintains a horizontal shape on the Galaxy Buds 2, with each earbud measuring 17×20.9×21.1 millimeters, while the box measures 50×27.8×50.2 millimeters.

Samsung sells the Galaxy Watch 4 for Rp.2,999,000 (40 millimeters) and Rp. 3,499,000 (44 millimeters), as well as the Galaxy Watch Classic for Rp. 4,499,000 (42 millimeters), Rp. 4,999,000 (46 millimeters Bluetooth) and Rp. 5,999,000 (LTE).

The Galaxy Buds 2 are available in Graphite, White, Olive and Lavender colors, which retail for IDR 1,799,000.

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