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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5, Watch 4 support 90+ workout modes

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Along with smartphones, Samsung is one of the largest manufacturers of premium watches. Samsung Galaxy Watch Series gives you all the health information you need while keeping you connected to your smartphone. The company launched next-generation watches – Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro at the Galaxy Unpacked 2022 event on August 10.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 provide real-time actionable advice and manual tracking work for all activities for dozens you can track. Although the smartwatch has several sports modes for tracking, have you ever counted? Obviously, this would not have been done, because we add only those modes in our smartwatch which are useful for us.

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In addition to ECG, BP, SpO2, blood glucose, sleep rate, heart rate, and other health features, Samsung offers multiple workout modes on the wearable to track numerous activities.

As of now, both Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 offer the most sports modes among Samsung watches. As per the information, these watches offer over 90 sport modes, some of which are automatic workout detection and some require following a few steps to use.

These modes are supported in Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5

Let’s see which sports modes your Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch smartwatches support.

1. Walking (Auto-Detect)
2. Running (Auto-Detect)
3. Cycling  (Auto-Detect)
4. Swimming (pool)
5. Running Coach
6. Circuit Training
7. Swimming (outdoor)
8. Hiking
9. Weight Machine
10. Exercise bike
11. Treadmill
12. Elliptical trainer
13. Arm curls
14. Arm extensions
15. Back extensions
16. Bench Press
17. Burpee test
18. Crunches
19. Deadlifts
20. Front raises
21. Lat pulldowns
22. Lateral raises
23. Leg curls
24. Leg extensions
25. Leg press
26. Leg raises
27. Lunges
28. Mountain climbers
29. Pilates
30. Plank
31. Pull-ups
32. Push-ups
33. Rowing machine
34. Shoulder presses
35. Sit-ups
36. Squats
37. Jumping jacks
38. Step machine
39. Stretching
40. Yoga
41. Aerobics
42. Alpine skiing
43. Aqua aerobics
44. Archery
45. Backpacking
46. Badminton
47. Ballet
48. Ballroom dancing
49. Baseball
50. Basketball
51. Beach volleyball
52. Bowling
53. Boxing
54. Canoeing
55. Cricket
56. Cross-country skiing
57. Dancing
58. Deadlifts
59. Flying disc
60. Football
61. Golf
62. Handball
63. Hang gliding
64. Hockey
65. Horseback riding
66. Hula-hooping
67. Ice dancing
68. Ice hockey
69. Inline skating
70. Jump rope
71. Kayaking
72. Kite surfing
73. Martial arts
74. Mountain biking
75. Orienteering
76. Racquetball
77. Rafting
78. Rock climbing
79. Roller skating
80. Rowing
81. Rugby
82. Sailing
83. Scuba diving
84. Snorkeling
85. Snowboarding
86. Snowshoeing (HIIT workout)
87. Soccer
88. Softball
89. Squash
90. Step machine
91. Stretching
92. Table tennis
93. Tennis (HIIT workout)
94. Water skiing
95. Volleyball
96. Windsurfing
97. Yachting
98. Route Back (only for Galaxy Watch 5 Pro)
99. Turn-by-turn navigation (only for Galaxy Watch 5 Pro)

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Samsung launches Galaxy Fit 3 with new design, wider display, advanced health features

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Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 released

After several leaks and rumors, Samsung now finally wrapped the curtains out from its next wearable device the Galaxy Fit 3 and the smartband has arrived as a durable and more compact fitness tracker. Notably, this wearable will inspire everyone to feel their best and adopt a healthier lifestyle.

Moving toward the details, so the Galaxy Fit 3 is designed with an aluminum body and offers a 1.6-inch display, which is bigger than its predecessor, which means the users will have a better visual. In addition, the smartband is lightweight and sleek to offer consumers a more comfortable fit.

Furthermore, Samsung released Galaxy Fit 3 with a bigger battery that can last up to 13 days, but the actual battery life may vary depending on Bluetooth connection status, configuration, settings, signal strength, presence of noise, usage and condition of the device.

The smartband also includes over 100 watch faces to let users personalize their tracker and make it more stylish. However, consumers can even set their own photos as the background. Users can also effortlessly mix and match bands with a one-click button to complement their fashion and daily routines.

Coming to the elements for which the device is known, the smartband allows users to track over 100 types of workouts such as heart rate, sleep, stress levels, and exercises and it also offers sensors like an accelerometer and a gyroscope. The tracked data can be viewed on a paired phone through the Samsung Health app.

The Galaxy Fit 3 also supports features like a remote camera, Find My Phone, emergency SOS, fall detection, Do Not Disturb mode, and Sleep mode. It does not support voice calling as it lacks a microphone and a speaker. Last but not least, it offers IP68, and 5ATM-rated dust and water resistance.

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However, Samsung has not disclosed the price of this newly launched Galaxy Fit 3 yet, but we can expect to get it soon, as the wearable will be available to purchase from February 23 in select markets in three color options including gray, silver, and pink gold.

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Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 marketing material leaked, launch seems imminent

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Tech enthusiasts and Galaxy Fans are eagerly waiting for the launch of Samsung’s new smartband, while the marketing material of Galaxy Fit 3 has also been leaked, hinting at its imminent arrival. Let’s dive into the details and check what this new promo reveals.

The marketing material got leaked through TheTechOutlook and shows detailed specifications and design of the Galaxy Fit 3. However, the exact launch date and price of this upcoming fitness band is still a secret, but we can expect Samsung to reveal information about it soon.

By looking at the image we found that Galaxy Fit 3 has a rectangular dial featuring an aluminum unibody with a physical button on the right side. It will have a 1.6-inch AMOLED display bearing a resolution of 256 x 402 pixels.

The screen will be layered with 2.5D glass and the smartband is IP68-certified dust and water-resistant up to 5ATM. The fitness tracker will be available in Grey, Silver, and Pink Gold color options, and offer a wide range of watch faces, which will cater to a diverse range of consumers.

Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 marketing material

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It packs comprehensive health and fitness features like a heart-rate monitor, SpO2 sensor, stress tracker, step counter, support for 101 workout modes, and the ability to track 6 modes automatically. The band also includes a menstrual cycle tracker for women.

Other than this, blood oxygen, sleep coaching, fall detection, emergency SOS, quick response, find my phone, and media control are also available on Galaxy Fit 3 wearable devices. Lastly, it is packed with 208mAh battery that is claimed to last 13 days on a single charge.

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Samsung could launch Galaxy Ring alongside Galaxy Z Flip 6, Fold 6 in July 2024

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On January 17, 2024, Samsung officially teased the presence of its first wearable device that can be worn on the fingers. Since then, users have been waiting for the arrival of this eminent fitness tracking gadget, while, a new report suggests Samsung could launch Galaxy Ring in July 2024.

As per the input, Samsung Electronics is reportedly planning to unveil the Galaxy Ring at an unpacked event in the second half of July 2024. This means the upcoming wearable could share a stage with Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 foldable smartphones.

Moving on, the wearable device is predicted to be released in approximately eight different sizes and is currently in the prototype production stage. However, it is scheduled to begin full-scale mass production in the second quarter.

Furthermore, the Galaxy Ring is expected to be equipped with blood flow measurement and electrocardiogram functions to track and measure health and sleep-related information. In addition, it will also support remote control of other devices and wireless payments.

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Samsung Electronics President Roh Tae-moon said,

  • “We decided to launch the ring because we believe it is essential to complete digital health in a form factor that can be conveniently worn for a long time.”

Samsung Galaxy Ring July 2024

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