Tizen OS is anticipated to power the Samsung Gear S4, which is scheduled to go on sale on August 24.

According to a fresh source, Samsung is planning to unveil its newest Gear Watch on August 9th, with the beginning shipping beginning two weeks after that date. In contrast to earlier rumours, it is anticipated that the smartphone would make use of the Tizen operating system.

According to ZDNet Korea, the world’s largest wearable technology company will present the Galaxy Note 9 and the Gear S4 during the Unpacked 2018 event that will be held by Samsung on August 9 in New York City. On August 14, the firm will begin taking pre-orders for both of the aforementioned goods, and on August 24, the gadgets will thereafter be made available to the general public.

According to the same rumour, the watch would be powered by Samsung’s Tizen operating system, most likely version 5.0, which was made available in May. There were rumours going around that Tizen might be replaced with Google Wear OS in the near future. Evan Glass, a source with a well-established track record, is the one who first spread the rumour in question. It will be fascinating to find out which of the two interpretations is accurate.

It was revealed by ZDNet Korea that the watch would have a primary emphasis on fitness and health, and there is a distinct likelihood that it could include an integrated blood pressure monitor. Additionally, “killer applications” that are tied to physical activity are anticipated to be included. It is anticipated that there will be some design adjustments, including a slimmer face and a lighter form factor. The clock will be available in two distinct iterations: the more traditional Classic and the more rugged and masculine-looking Frontier.

Previous rumours have suggested that the watch would be able to connect to LTE networks and that the battery capacity will be increased from 380mAh to 470mAh. Also, let’s not forget that the name could not be Gear S4 after all. A patent application for a gadget dubbed Samsung Galaxy Watch was submitted by the business on June 20 to the Korean Intellectual Property Office. This patent does not pertain to the Gear S4 device.

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