Life Hacks

This is Smartwatch

Forget your run-of-the-mill fitness tracker, our Galaxy Watch series are more than that. They are integrated with an actual Smart OS, giving them the confidence to be labeled as independent ‘smart’ devices.

No doubt an empowering tool that is seamlessly integrated into the wider Galaxy ecosystem to connect you with your loved ones, give you immediate access to a wealth of information, and helps you to better manage and understand your health especially in the current climate where the role of a smartwatch in everyday lives continues to evolve.

The Galaxy Watches give you the functionality and connectivity of a smartphone, on your wrist. Messages and calls can be answered¹ and made from your smartwatch and with the LTE version, you can even leave your smartphone behind and still stay connected. You can also wind down with Spotify with just a tap on the wrist. It’s that easy.

¹Supported messaging apps may vary by country or region. Wi-Fi/LTE connection is required on
Galaxy Watch and feature requires pairing with smartphone. Availability of LTE model may vary by carrier or country.

Its amazing how we can do so much from a real smartwatch. With just a touch, you can control your Smart Home appliances, present slides online or simply snap that OOTD for hearts.

Workouts can get mundane hence motivation is important. The Galaxy Watch not only have a myriad of workouts to choose from but can also keep you going with a running coach or keep your competitive streak going by tracking your friends steps.

Keeping track of your health is more vital than ever today. Keep your mind at peace knowing you can monitor your blood oxygen and heart rate from your wrist. The smartwatch also helps you analyze your sleep patterns and reminds you to wash your hands at intervals.

² This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure,
mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease.

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