Samsung announced that a new SmartThings update is coming soon to make the Galaxy Watch devices more advanced when it comes to smart home controls. SmartThings ecosystem will let Galaxy Watch users monitor and control more of their smart home right from their wrist.
In addition, the update will expand the list of devices, which can be controlled using SmartThings on Galaxy Watch including air purifiers, thermostats, and blinds. Already available features including controlling home devices like TV, A/C, lights, speakers, and more will get further enhancements.
For instance, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 5 users will be able to livestream both home and doorbell Ring and Nest cameras for the first time. Additionally, ring camera users can also access two-way talk directly from their Galaxy Watch.
It’s easier than ever to stay connected with your smart home with the ability to check connected cameras from Galaxy Watch. And Galaxy Watch users don’t even need to open the app as they can simply swipe right from the Watch face to easily reach SmartThings.
Samsung demonstrated how it is “bringing calm to our connected world” with the power of SmartThings at CES 2023. The company shows off that this update is the latest example of its commitment to removing complexity in today’s ever-growing, interconnected ecosystem of devices.
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3 marketing material leaked, launch seems imminent
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.
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.
Samsung could launch Galaxy Ring alongside Galaxy Z Flip 6, Fold 6 in July 2024
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.
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.”
New Galaxy AI features come to Samsung Buds 2 Pro, Buds 2 and Buds FE
Both features are currently compatible only with the Galaxy S24 series, which was launched earlier this year with a range of AI-enhanced capabilities. Samsung said it plans to expand the compatibility to other devices in the future.
Users can check their Galaxy Wearable app for the latest update of Galaxy Buds and install it to enjoy the new features.
Galaxy AI Features for Samsung Galaxy Buds
Live Translate allows users to translate speech and text in real-time using their Galaxy S24 smartphones and Galaxy Buds. The translation will be displayed on the screen and spoken through the earbuds. Live Translate supports several languages and requires a network connection and a Samsung account login.
Interpreter is a feature that enables users to have conversations in different languages without using their phones. Users can select their preferred language on the Galaxy Wearable app and then speak through their Galaxy Buds. The earbuds will translate and speak the output in the other person’s language.