The Galaxy Watch 3 just got an up and coming adversary as the Apple Watch 6. Be that as it may, another update could help the Samsung smartwatch’s chances.
This new update has started turning out to the global LTE versions of the Galaxy Watch 3, explicitly those in Vietnam as TizenHelp notes. in any case, will probably show up on different versions sooner rather than later.
The feature change is a lift to battery life. The Galaxy Watch 3 as of now endures around two days on a single charge, which is far superior to the 18 hours that the Apple Watch 5 and Apple Watch 6 manage. Much else would simply strengthen the Galaxy Watch’s status as the more extended enduring smartwatch in this correlation.
There are a few enhancements for the health tracking side of things as well. The patch notes guarantee expanded dependability for the VO2Max and SpO2 sensors, and to the sleep, heart rate and stress scoring. There had been complaints from clients that rest tracking scores had been making trouble, so ideally this will fix that issue.
The blood oxygen sensors are new to both the new generation Galaxy Watch and Apple Watch. While we’ve yet to attempt the Apple Watch’s health tracking chops, whatever Samsung can do to improve its own sensors will be convenient.
With the two watches beginning at an indistinguishable $399, it’ll be fascinating to see which one proves to be the best. The Apple Watch 6 won’t come out until September 18, so it’ll be a few days before we get a decent handle on whether the new Apple wearable will remain the best smartwatch you can purchase.