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Samsung brings new ‘neck stretch reminders’ feature with Galaxy Buds 2 Pro

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Alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, Samsung also launched the new Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Buds 2 Pro wearables with new features. New Samsung devices will start shipping to consumers beginning August 26, however, a new feature of Galaxy Buds 2 Pro just spotted that will send you reminders to stretch your neck.

Spotted by @milesabovetech, Samsung silently debuted a new wellness feature with the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro so the risk of stiffness in the neck, shoulders, and back can be reduced. The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro can detect your head position and notify you when you’ve continuously bent your head for 10 minutes.

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It usually happens that we start using our phones with keeping our entire focus on what we are doing: playing games or watching the content. In that case, we spend a long time with the straight neck, which causes issues like neck and back pain.

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New Samsung ‘neck stretch reminders’ features will surely benefit consumers while wearing the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro. It will monitor the activity through hardware installed inside and artificial intelligence, if you don’t bend your head for 10 minutes, it will notify you to do so.

Along with this, the screenshot of the feature’s detail page mentions a guide on how to stretch your neck so you can follow the earbuds’ notification in the right way.

As of now, Buds 2 Pro users can access the neck stretch feature through the Galaxy Wearable app, however, we are guessing that Samsung could expand its availability through firmware updates.

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James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Say hello to the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra, Samsung’s new Wear OS beast!

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra renders reveal major design change. It’s now almost confirmed that Samsung’s first Ultra-branded smartwatch is coming this year. Renders revealing the design of this upcoming Wear OS monster arriving from credible source Onleaks.

The company is expected to hold its next Unpacked event on July 10 in Paris. The Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra may also be introduced alongside other products including the Galaxy Ring, Galaxy Z Flip 6, Z Fold 6, Galaxy Buds 3 series, and Galaxy Watch 7 series.

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Onleaks in collaboration with Smartprix leaked Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra. These images expose the design of Samsung’s next Wear OS beast. Ditching the circular design, it has added a thick square metal frame which also features rounded corners.

The Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra design is neither circular nor squarish, it’s a hybrid one. Smartprix highlights that the smartwatch looks very similar to traditional Panerai watches. Moreover, it has a third physical button in the middle, incorporated with the two usual physical buttons.

The Watch 7 Ultra will likely sport a 1.5-inch circular display, measuring 47 x 47.4 x 16.4 mm. Earlier reports have suggested that the physical rotating bezel, the iconic identity of Watch Classic, is also expected to come in the Ultra Watch.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7, Watch FE appear on FCC

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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy smartwatches appeared on FCC certification. droidlife spotted the Galaxy Watch 7 and the Watch FE on the FCC certification database. This input suggests that the affordable smartwatch may join the Galaxy Unpacked in July 2024.

FCC database listed Samsung’s SM-L300, SM-L305, SM-L310, SM-L315, and SM-R861. Model numbers L300 and L310 could be the Wi-Fi versions of the two sizes for the Galaxy Watch 7. However, the L305 and L315 models could be called Watch 7 LTE, in two sizes.

Apart from the Standard variant, Samsung’s Watch 7 lineup will also consist of Classic and Pro/Ultra. So far, these models have not appeared on the FCC certification site. We will likely get to know more about the upcoming models in the near future.

Additionally, the SM-R861 is expected to be the Galaxy Watch FE or the Watch 4 (2024). This is speculated because Samsung’s Watch 4 was SM-R860. It also hints at similar specs and features in the Watch FE as the Watch 4 with the latest Wear OS version.

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Google launches Wear OS 5 Developer Preview, new Watch Face Format

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Google today launched Wear OS 5 Developer Preview and more related updates.

Upcoming Samsung Galaxy smartwatches will be shipped with the Wear OS 5-based One UI Watch operating system. The company is also developing this new OS for current eligible models such as the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic.

Google released the Developer Preview of Wear OS 5. The company also confirmed that the next version of its smartwatch platform is powered by the latest Android 14 and is scheduled to arrive later this year.

Wear OS 5 brings performance improvements over Wear OS 4. Tracking your workout is now more efficient; for example, running a marathon consumes up to 20% less power on Wear OS 5 than on Wear OS 4.

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Watch Face Format

Debuted with Wear OS 4 last year, the Watch Face Format is also upgrading with Wear OS 5. The company also teased some changes to existing watch face development using Jetpack Watch Face APIs.

Google is restricting complications for watch faces built with AndroidX or the Wearable Support Library that will apply to some data sources besides Google Play publishing limitations to new watch faces built with these libraries.

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