From a variety of customizable watch faces and straps, as well as numerous functions and applications, users can customize their Galaxy Watch4 series to suit their lifestyle.
Here are the main news:
– customizable watch faces.
With multiple watch faces to choose from, the latest update allows users to choose the items with which they can build the right watch for their personality and lifestyle.
If you are very passionate about fitness or want to know details about your health, you can customize the new Info Brick watch with goals of interest, such as your pulse or the stress you feel throughout the day. They can choose one of the watch faces that shows the weather or the Galaxy Z Fold3 or Galaxy Z Flip3 inspired backgrounds, all of which are customizable.
– shortcut they are a way to quickly access important information at a glance and launch your most used applications. Now, four shortcuts can be displayed on the Animals watch face: from battery life to reminders, messages, number of steps and more. You can also choose moving backgrounds for the My Photo + watch face, instead of a still photo, to create more interesting and lively watch faces.
The update also brings more fun animations to the Steps Challenge watch face to keep track of the number of steps. An animated bear will provide a small dose of motivation: to do the stetching session or complete the daily step challenge.
– gesture control.
Gesture commands mean that users can do more with simple hand movements. In addition to moving your forearm up and down twice to reject calls and close alarms, the update includes a new hand wave that can act as a useful shortcut to activate a chosen app or feature.
With a simple “knock knock” motion of the wrist, a pre-selected app or workout list can be opened, the light can be turned on, or a new reminder can even be created. This allows you to access the most used applications without pressing any buttons.
– fall detection.
Introduced for the first time in the Galaxy 2020 series of smartwatches, the fall detection can recognize if the user fell during exercise. Now, on the Galaxy Watch4, the sensitivity can be adjusted so that it can detect a drop even when users are immobile. Additionally, the Galaxy Watch4 can send an emergency notification to four preselected contacts, if the situation requires such action.
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