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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 to unlock painless Blood Sugar tracking with AI

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 could pack an AI-powered Blood Sugar tracking feature. Recently, Samsung’s MX Division head talked about the role of AI-based wearables with Samsung Health advisory committee members, mentioning Blood Sugar tracking.

The discussion this time mentioned the possibility of adding a blood sugar monitoring feature. It is highly likely to be installed in the Galaxy Watch 7, which will be released in July this year. The method is expected to be a non-invasive method that does not cause wounds.

The US Food and Drug Administration has maintained the position that “non-invasive methods are less accurate.” The authority hasn’t also approved such kind of technology, however, Samsung is expected to solve this problem using AI (artificial intelligence).

This year, Samsung is also bringing the first Galaxy Watch Ultra alongside the usual models. The company might keep the Blood Sugar monitoring feature limited to the most premium variant. However, it remains to be seen whether Samsung will ship it this year or not.

“There’s increasing interest in understanding what behaviors affect glucose levels. Since health metrics are interconnected, combining glucose data with sleep, blood pressure and activity level insights initiates profound conversations about individuals’ lifestyles and experiences.” – Dr. Klonoff.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 gets Plugin update amid One UI 6 Watch Beta

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Plugin is getting a new update with version 2.2.11.24052951. This update resolves issues encountered in previous versions for better connectivity.

The latest update of the Galaxy Watch 4 Plugin mainly focuses on bug fixes to improve overall app stability. It enhances the user experience without introducing new features or changes.

The Plugin offers the connection between Galaxy Watch 4 series smartwatches and the Galaxy Wearable app on your smartphone. It enables users to personalize and manage various settings on their watches, including watch faces, notifications, apps, and health features.

With the latest update, the company ensures smoother functionality and reliability when using the Galaxy Watch 4 or Galaxy Watch 4 Classic with the Galaxy Wearable app.

If you own Galaxy Watch 4, you can download the updated Plugin via the Galaxy Store to benefit from these improvements. The update is available for download directly from the specified third-party app source link.

Last week, Samsung released the One UI 6 Beta update for the Galaxy Watch 6 series, which allows users to enjoy new features and enhancements ahead of the official release. It introduced several new features, mainly powered by Galaxy AI.

One UI 6 Watch Beta Features: A New Era of Smartwatch Experience with Galaxy AI

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 may launch soon, gains Indonesian certification

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Samsung may launch a new smartwatch lineup at next month’s Unpacked event. Meanwhile, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch 7 gained Indonesia Telecom Certification. It confirms that the smartwatch is coming to the Indonesian market, following its debut at Unpacked.

Indonesia Telecom reveals that Galaxy Watch 7 carries model number SM-L300. The smartwatch will be available in four variants; with different sizes and networks. Model numbers SM-L300 and SM-L310 correspond to WiFi-only, while SM-L305 and SM-L315 could be LTE connectivity variants.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Indonesia Telecom Certificate

The certification doesn’t reveal any specs or features besides the model number. However, previous reports revealed that the Watch 7 will support 15W wireless charging. The company’s first 3nm Exynos chip will also be used to enhance power efficiency and performance.

Galaxy Watch Ultra

Besides Standard and Classis, Samsung will launch its first Galaxy Watch Ultra at the event. The smartwatch will have a Watch 5 Pro-like big battery for long-lasting use. It will have more advanced dust and water resistance capabilities for sea divers.

The Ultra model would have a more robust build design, featuring the same circular battery but inside a squarish frame. The Korean tech giant aims to compete with Apple’s Watch Ultra product lineup by bringing the Ultra variant to its own Galaxy Watch lineup.

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Samsung Galaxy Buds 3, Buds 3 Pro clear BIS hurdle

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Samsung’s new earbuds are coming next month. Ahead of the launch, Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro have been spotted on the BIS database. The listing indicates that the company is preparing to launch these products in the Indian market soon.

As spotted on BIS (via MySmartPrice), Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 and Buds 3 Pro carry model numbers SM-R530 and SM-R630, respectively. Before the earbuds, the Galaxy Z Flip 6, Z Fold 6, Watch 7, Watch Ultra, and Watch FE appeared on the BIS certification site.

Earlier, the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro’s promotional image was leaked. The asset revealed a major design change, making it look identical to Apple’s AirPods. The next-gen Galaxy Buds will likely have an improved calling experience, longer battery life, and enhanced ANC.

Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro

As you can see in the image, the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro features a stem similar to AirPods. The stem will likely have Blade Lights, which could indicate various things. The Galaxy Buds 3’s design still remains a mystery, which we expect to be solved this week.

Previous reports revealed that the Galaxy Buds 3 Pro will be equipped with a dual-driver design, Bluetooth v5.4, 24-bit 96KHz audio transmission, Adaptive ANC, Adaptive EQ, Ambient Sound, up to 30 hours battery life, and IP57 rating.

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