Ever since people have been complaining about the lack of Gear S1, S2, and S3 apps and people are asking “should I wait for Gear S4”, Samsung has been planning to provide a wider scope to users. Therefore, the latest leak from the ice universe- the Twitter leaker suggested that the next Gear S4 smartwatch may call as “Samsung Galaxy Watch.” It seems like Samsung is making is different from the previous version.

The great thing is the Galaxy Watch will run the Google’s Wear OS rather than Samsung’s Tizen platform. Here’s what they Tweeted

“About Gear S4 (probably called Galaxy Watch) Based on Android Wear, 470mAh battery, PLP package, it is expected to have new UX interaction and blood pressure measurement.”


Galaxy Watch Features

As you can read the Tweet, it suggested that the Galaxy Watch will come with new UX interaction and 470mAh larger battery compares to 380mAh from Gear S3. And more, The Tweet also claims that its chip will make with PLP package which should be smaller board.

Samsung is making its smartwatch considering health and fitness of people. Hence, the company is planning to add the nifty feature in the upcoming Galaxy watch is to take blood pressure measurement. Well, the Apple Watch, Fitbit, and Garmin smartwatch maker have already created great extremity. But, we haven’t seen blood pressure measurement feature yet in any smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch (Gear S4) Release Date 2018

Well, there is confirmation about the release date of Galaxy Watch. But, some sources and leakers claim that Samsung could announce the next Galaxy Watch at IFA 2018.  We also can expect the announcement at the launch of the Samsung Note 9, on August 09 in New York.

Final Lines

So, are you guys excited to about all new Samsung Galaxy Watch? What’s more, you want to see in the next Samsung Gear smartwatch? Do you think Samsung could stand apart with new blood pressure measurement feature on Gear S4 or Galaxy Watch? If you want to say anything about the upcoming Galaxy Watch, then we are open to getting your thoughts. Just comments below!