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Samsung Galaxy Watch will get Sleep Apnea feature, authorized by US FDA

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Samsung Galaxy Watch’s Sleep Apnea feature gets authorized by the US FDA ahead of rollout in the third quarter of 2024. The company officially announced that the sleep apnea feature on the Samsung Health Monitor app has received De Novo authorization from the US FDA.

The upcoming feature will detect signs of Sleep Apnea using a compatible Samsung Galaxy Watch and Phone. Once available, it will enable users over the age of 22 who have not been diagnosed with sleep apnea to detect signs of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea over a two-night monitoring period.

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OSA causes a person to stop breathing while sleeping and can often result in disruptions in oxygen supply, lower sleep quality, and daytime fatigue. Using Galaxy Watch’s Sleep Apnea feature, users will be able to simply track their sleep twice for more than four hours within ten days.

The new feature on the Samsung Health Monitor app is expected to help more people proactively detect moderate or severe forms of OSA, and as a result of the detection seek medical care to reduce the possibility of health-related complications.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Buds 3 Pro competitors are on the way from Google 

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Samsung is gearing up to launch a new iteration of its smartwatch and earbuds in the form of Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro. These are tipped to come with significant improvements as compared to their predecessors, therefore, the competitors for the upcoming wearables are also on their way from Google.

Yes, one of the top manufacturers, Google is working on its next wearable models the 45mm Pixel Watch 3 and Pixel Buds Pro 2. To be mentioned, these devices will also come with sophisticated features and capabilities to cater to the needs of users and give tough competition to Galaxy Watch and earbuds.

As per the details, Google has planned to launch two different versions of the Pixel Watch 3, possibly 41mm and 45mm, considering the demand of customers. While, Samsung offers the Galaxy Watch 6 in 40mm and 44mm sizes, while Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is available in 43mm and 47mm.

However, the details about the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Classic sizes are currently under wraps. Consequently, the smartwatches from both brands including Google and Samsung are tipped to run Android 14-based Wear OS 5 software for seamless and optimized interpretation.

On the other side, Samsung also seems to be working on two different versions of Galaxy Earbuds the Galaxy Buds 3 and Bud 3 Pro, to offer users more options to choose from. Whereas, the True Wireless Earbuds from Google dubbed as Pixel Buds Pro 2 are currently in development.

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Last but not least, Samsung may unveil its next generation of Galaxy smartwatch and Galaxy Buds in July 2024, at the Galaxy Unpacked Event. While the information about Pixel wearables is limited as of now. But, these devices are expected to give tough competition to each other in terms of functionalities.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Series: Everything we know so far

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Samsung is working on the next generation of wearables the Galaxy Watch 7 series, and here we will discuss what we know so far about these upcoming smartwatches. As usual, the lineup includes two models the Galaxy Watch 7 and the Galaxy Watch 7 Classic.

To be mentioned, Samsung has not yet revealed any details about its next wearable devices, but the leaks and rumors hovering on the web have already told us much about the Galaxy Watch 7 Series. So, without wasting the time, let’s delve into the details.

Here is what we know so far about Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Series

First of all, the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Classic will come with some upgraded features and capabilities as compared to the Galaxy Watch 6 series. One of its best examples is the chipset, Samsung reportedly working on a new Exynos 5535 for Galaxy Watch 7, marketed as the Exynos W940.

Moving on, the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Classic are expected to ship with Android 14-based Wear OS 5 software for a seamless interpretation. Therefore, with a brand new chipset and OS, the next generation of Samsung smartwatches will take the experience to the next level.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Series Expected Launch 

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Watch 7 series in July 2024, at the event in which the sixth generation foldable models, Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Z Flip 6, and some other products like Galaxy Ring will be unveiled.

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However, it will be interesting to see what significant improvements these new smartwatches bring, how they perform, and whether they meet the expectations of users.

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Honor will launch smart ring to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy Ring

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Honor is working on a smart ring that will rival Samsung‘s Galaxy Ring. The Galaxy Ring is Samsung’s first entrance into the smart ring market, and it features multiple sensors that can monitor the wearer’s health, such as heart rate and blood pressure.

Honor’s CEO George Zhao revealed that his company is also developing a smart ring, which he said is part of Honor’s broader focus on health, as per CNBC reports. He did not disclose much details about the product, but he said that it will work with AI-enabled apps to provide professional training courses and suggestions based on the user’s habits and health data.

Further, Zhao said that he believes AI will transform health applications and devices, and he showcased Honor’s eye-tracking technology on its smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week.

Honor has been expanding its presence outside of China and in the premium market with its wearables and smartphones. With a smart ring, Honor could add another device to its portfolio and compete with Samsung in the emerging product category.

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