On August 3, 2021, Samsung is expected to host a new event. New foldable smartphones, such as the Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, are expected to be announced by the company. The company is expected to unveil new wearables at the Unpacked event, according to rumors. If reports are to be believed, a new Galaxy Watch will be unveiled at Samsung’s upcoming event. The rumored event has received no official confirmation or announcement from Samsung. Meanwhile, some important details about the rumored smartwatch have surfaced on the internet. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will have a new BIA sensor, according to a new tip from Max Weinbach.
Any mainstream smartwatch could feature the BIA (bioelectrical impedance analysis) sensor for the first time. The sensor can be found on most smart scales and is used to calculate body fat percentage. A low voltage current is sent through the body, and the sensor measures the impedance, or disruption, of the current. Based on the different electrical resistance qualities of bones, muscle, and fat, the BIA uses this information to determine whether the user is lean or obese.
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Other sensors for heart rate monitoring, stress monitoring, and so on will be included in the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. It was previously reported that non-invasive blood sugar monitoring sensors would be phased out. According to reports, Samsung will release the Watch 4 in two screen sizes: 42mm and 46mm. The Watch 4 with a 42mm screen will have a 240 mAh battery, according to a recent Safety Korea listing.
In addition, the company is expected to release an Active version of the Watch 4. It will be available with a 40mm or 42mm screen. Ice Universe, a reliable source, previously claimed that the two smartwatches would run on Android rather than Tizen. The Watch 4 has already been approved by the FCC, indicating that it will be released soon. It will most likely be available in Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + LTE configurations. How do you feel about Samsung’s upcoming smartwatches? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.