Exynos processors are manufactured by Samsung and this particular Exynos W920 chipset is Samsung’s latest flagship-level chipset in its smartwatch category.
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Watch will come in three unique variants that will enhance your style, whether you want to look classy, sporty, or go for a sporty look. It will come in three models, All three models are code-named as “Wise,” “Fresh,” and “Lucky”. Apart from its looks, Google Wear OS with Samsung UI powered with Exynos W920 is an ultimate combo!
According to GSMarena, the Exynos W920 SoC will offer “1.25x faster processing times compared to the Exynos 9110” and “8.8x smoother graphics performance”. The new chipset will be paired with 1.5GB RAM, yet another upgrade over past Galaxy Watches. The added power Galaxy Watch4 series will make One UI Watch based on Google’s Wear OS feel and perform buttery smooth. We’re expecting more details ahead of Samsung’s August 11 Unpacked event.
The new Galaxy Watch Series will be completely different from its predecessors. It will run via Wear OS with One U.I skin for watches. Its predecessors were powered by Tizen OS which Samsung recently ditched for Google Wear OS. Samsung’s latest One U.I will maintain the appearance of Samsung’s applications. The rotating bezel ring is still present in the classic “Wise” edition, which will please fans of the design.
The upcoming Galaxy watch will come in two different variants Galaxy Watch 4 will be available in two different sizes, optionally with LTE. In all cases comes with a heart rate monitor, an ECG, GPS, and a circular AMOLED screen plus it will enable you to check your blood sugar levels. It will also come with a new walkie-talkie feature that will allow users to interact with each other using voice clips. It will look more premium.
Exynos Series is manufactured by Samsung. It is a series of ARM-based system-on-chips developed by Samsung Electronics’ System LSI division and manufactured by Samsung Foundry. With almost everything from Samsung apart from its OS. It’s going to be Samsung’s most powerful Galaxy Smartwatch.
It’s expected to arrive in the second quarter of 2021 i.e April, May, or June. As far as the price is concerned there are no rumors yet but it might well be similar to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, which starts at $399 / £399 / AU$649 for the smaller 41mm model, and $429 / £419 / AU$699 for the larger 45mm one, with the price rising in both cases if you want LTE connectivity.
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