A new Personalised Heart Zone feature is available to provide runners with the best running options for achieving fitness objectives like weight loss or muscle building
Seoul (South Korea)
Tech giant Samsung introduced two versions of its wearable, Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic, at an exciting Unpacked event held in Seoul, South Korea on Wednesday.
According to a report by US-based tech portal TechCrunch, there are only two major differences between the two, size and bezel are two things. The Watch 6 is available in 40 and 40mm versions on the first, while the Watch 6 Classic is available in 43 and a very hefty 47mm. The major updates in this device outside of the bezel are on the health and sleep fronts, which is not a huge surprise given that most companies have focused on these as the main factors in wearable adoption, as per TechCrunch.
Based on data from the National Sleep Foundation, sleep scores provide ratings based on total time asleep, sleep cycle, and awake time, while providing sleep messages in the morning. Meanwhile, sleep coaching provides advice on how to fall and stay asleep.
A new Personalised Heart Zone feature is available to provide runners with the best running options for achieving fitness objectives like weight loss or muscle building, TechCrunch reported.
While the user is sleeping, Irregular Heart Rhythm Notification will warn them of AFib symptoms. Credit cards, IDs, tickets, boarding passes, and other items are all included in a single feature that combines Pay and Pass in a recent update to Samsung Wallet.
Both models are now available for preorder, and shipping will begin on August 11. The smaller models of the Watch and Watch Classic start at USD300 and USD330, whereas the larger models cost USD400 and USD430.
Also, the tech giant has unveiled the new series of foldable devices, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Fold 5 at an exciting Unpacked event held in Seoul, South Korea.
According to The Verge, an American technology news website, first thing to notice about the new Galaxy Z Flip 5 device is its much larger 3.4-inch cover display that stretches from the device’s hinge to its dual cameras. Like the one on the Moto Razr Plus, the Flip 5’s cover screen can run full Android apps. Unlike the previous generation, the Galaxy Z Flip 5 also folds totally flat and ships with an upgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. The screen on the inside remains unchanged, featuring a 6.7-inch OLED panel. Even with the bigger cover screen, the device will retain the same price as the Z Flip 4: $999 (Rs 82,000 approx.), reported The Verge.
Apart from this, the Tech giant also unveiled Galaxy Z Fold 5, while this gadget does not include as many significant modifications as the Z Flip 5, Samsung has still made certain upgrades.