Last week, Samsung officially launched the new-gen Galaxy foldable smartphones. In the meantime, the company has also introduced new wearables including Galaxy Watch 5, Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro.
Now Samsung has showcased every feature and the method to use those features of the Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 5 Pro, and Buds 2 Pro through the user manual. The user manuals of all these three products are now available to download – Via Sammobile.
These devices are currently available for pre-order and will go on sale on August 26 in the US. You can now go to the official Samsung website to pre-order your favorite Galaxy Wearable and get amazing benefits.
Using a brand new device or knowing how its features operate is always a bit tricky. Meanwhile, user manuals make this task easy, you don’t need to go to YouTube or Google for any specific feature, you just need a user manual that tells you a method to use every feature in detail.
So before Samsung starts delivering the Galaxy Watch 5 series or Galaxy Buds 2 Pro to you, you can download their user manual and learn how to use them so that when it reaches you you will not have to waste time understanding how to operate it.
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Samsung Wear OS smartwatches to get Google Home, Personal Safety apps
It’s known that Google is working on bringing Google Photos Watch Face to the Wear OS smartwatches. Now the Wear OS Google Photos watch face alongside Google Home and Personal Safety apps have appeared on Google Play Store, suggesting their early arrival.
Tipster Mishaal Rahman has recently shared the screenshots of the Google Photos, Google Home, and Personal Safety apps on the Wear OS that he tool from Play Store. He also suggets that these Wear OS applications will launch alongside the Pixel Watch next week.
Google Photos watch face:
Google Photos is a watch face for Wear OS devices that will allow users to set single or multiple personal photos as their watch faces. As per the information, you can set your photos that will have a circular crop based on the design of the watch.
You will meet two configurations including Date/Date and Time that can be added on top of the watch face. It is also reported to provide users with the ability to cycle through the selected images throughout the day.
Evidently, the new Google Photos watch face looks similar to the Android 12 lock screen. Check the images below:
Google Home app:
Wear OS Google Home app likely features a card list design, with smart home devices listed inside a rounded rectangle. It also includes an icon background color, device name, and room name.
It will also offer the ability to easily increase or decrease the temperature and adjust the brightness using the “+” and “-” buttons. In addition to this, there is also a security notification of “Person seen” in one of the screenshots.
Personal Safety app:
The informer further shows the screenshots of the Personal Safely app for Wear OS devices. It will reportedly help customers call a predefined emergency contact or service.
Furthermore, currently, there is no information on which Wear OS smartwatches will get the Google Photos, Google Home, and Personal Safety apps. Since the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 are running the latest version of Google’s Wear OS, it’s expected that these wearables will also get it in the coming time.
Google Wallet double-click shortcut reappears for Galaxy Watch (Wear OS)
Google always keeps its Wear OS smartwatch users updated with the latest features and functions. As the company replaced the Google Pay app with Google Wallet for smartphones, it did the same for Wear OS running smartwatches. However, Wear OS device owners have started encountering the issue that the Google Wallet double-click shortcut is not working, fortunately, it is now fixed.
A couple of months ago, Google released a new update to the Wear OS Google Pay app, which replaced the app with the Wallet app and made it available to more Wear OS-based smartwatch users. Undoubtedly, the change brought a lot of functionalities to the devices but carried the double-click shortcut issue as well.
Since the wearable app is meant for quickly making payments with credit and debit cards, the issue has troubled a lot of Galaxy Watch and other Wear OS-running smartwatch users as they were not able to take full advantage of their devices.
Meanwhile, recently, Google started rolling out a new Wear OS app update through the Play Store that fixes the Google Wallet double-click shortcut problem. Many customers have noticed that the shortcut has again started functioning after installing the latest version.
It is worth mentioning that the Fossil Gen 5 and TicWatch owners have reported that this fix is coming with version 18.104.22.1681251175. If you are also facing such a problem with your smartwatch, make sure to upgrade to the latest version and get a seamless payment experience through your wrist.
Wear OS Google Wallet:
Google officially declared that it has big plans for the Wear OS Wallet app and these will be released by the end of this year. There are changes that the company could bring some Android smartphone Wallet app features to smartwatches as well.
Via – 9To5Google
Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is Samsung’s unforgettable creation, unboxing again!
Samsung launched the Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch lineup alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 foldables last August. Well, Samsung also launched the Galaxy Watch 5 series last month, but we are unboxing the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic once again in remembrance of the physical rotating bezel.
The software part of this smartwatch lineup is also worth noticing as Samsung ditched its own developed Tizen OS in favor of Google’s Wear OS, however, it’s skinned by the One UI Watch operating system. Also, it was the first time Samsung updated the classic and modern designs at the same time.
Consumers are already rocking with the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, which we are having yet another unboxing experience with its design, first impression, and yes, the physical rotating bezel, which is not introduced with its successor.
You can check out our new Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Unboxing video below.
The retail box includes the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and the charging cradle alongside the user manual and some other papers. The charger has a USB Type-A connector, which charges the Galaxy smartwatch at a maximum of 5W (5V/1A), well, your Galaxy phone can charge it as well.
Why we’re saying Watch 4 Classic ‘still’ unbeatable:
The Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro come with a whole new sapphire crystal display, Samsung’s improved BioActive Sensor, and Exynos W920 chipset with 1.5 GB RAM. Since the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 are just one year old, Samsung is offering better trade-in deals while upgrading to the Watch 5 or 5 Pro.
For a year, the Galaxy Watch 5 will remain the latest smartwatch offered by Samsung, but it brings the same operating system as the Galaxy Watch 4, which is a year old now. The Watch 4 also debuted the first generation BioActive sensor, which consists of three chips in a small package.
Just like the Galaxy Watch 5 series, their predecessors pack lots of the same specifications such as the Exynos W920 chipset, 1.5 GB RAM, and 16GB of storage in addition to the battery capacity, except for the iconic physical rotating bezel, which makes Watch 4 Classic – unforgettable.