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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 40mm Smartwatch with ECG Monitor Tracker for Health Fitness Running Sleep Cycles GPS Fall Detection Bluetooth US Version, Silver

Price:PKR. 99,798.00 /

Asin: B096BKNBKR
Product weight: 12 Ounces
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Size: 40 mm |  Style: Bluetooth |  Color: Silver Your style. Your health. Look good and feel great with your smart, new companion, Samsung Galaxy Watch4. Make a stylish statement with an iconic silhouette and stainless steel casing, while your watch keeps you in tune with your health and pushes your fitness goals further. Make the most of every run with advanced coaching and oxygen level monitoring that help you exercise smarter while increasing endurance. Leave your phone behind while staying connected — call, text and stream music, all from your wrist with LTE connectivity. Galaxy Watch4 is health evolved. *The SpO2 measurement software is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease. The snoring measurement requires smartphone with Android 6.0 or later, 1.5GB of RAM, phone within 2 feet of user, with snore detection enabled through Samsung Health app version 6.18 or higher. Requires Samsung Health app version 6.18 to view history. *For clinical trial results concerning the accuracy of the ECG monitor. ECG monitor app is not intended to replace traditional methods of diagnosis or treatment and is for information purposes only. The ECG monitor app is not intended for users with known arrhythmias other than atrial fibrillation or users under 22 years old. Users should not interpret or take clinical action based on the device without consultation of a qualified healthcare professional. Reauires Samsung Galaxy smartphone with Android 7 or later and Samsung Health Monitor app available only at the Samsung Galaxy app store. *Water-resistant up to 50 meters per ISO standard 22810:2010. Not intended for scuba diving. Avoid excessive, sudden temperature changes and high-velocity activities. Rinse in fresh water/dry after use in sea water or chlorinated water. This device and related software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. *Accurate VO2 max reading requires running outdoors for at least 20 minutes with GPS on; consult user manual before use. This device and VO2 measurement software are not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease. *Compatible with select Bluetooth capable smartphones running Android 6.0 or higher and RAM above 1.5GB. Galaxy Watch4 Series supported features may vary by carrier and compatible device. For best results, connect with compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones. *Google is a trademark of Google LLC. Google, Google Assistant, and YouTube Music are trademarks of Google LLC. *Select interchangeable watch bands sold separately.

Package Dimensions
11.46 x 2.4 x 1.14 inches
Item Weight
12 ounces
1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
Wireless communication technologies
Connectivity technologies
Other display features
Included Components
Watch, Band, Charger
Country of Origin
Date First Available
August 11, 2021
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2021

Review:Galaxy Watch 4 - New for 2021, Samsung has released two versions of the Galaxy Watch: Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This Galaxy Watch 4 has a physical design similar to the Galaxy Watch Active 2, with the digital touch ring around the edge, and sizes of 40mm and 44mm. Meanwhile, the Watch 4 “Classic” has a physical design more like the Watch 3, with a physical rotating steel bezel and sizes of 42mm and 46mm. Both versions come in Bluetooth or LTE models. Both versions now use Google's WearOS operating system, instead of Samsung's TizenOS, which all previous Samsung watches used. This means a wider selection of apps to choose from for your watch, including all of the Google apps. So to reiterate: Watch4 = Watch Active2 design + Google WearOS Watch4 Classic = Watch3 design + Google WearOS Both versions now have a faster processor than the Watch3, as well as more RAM (1.5GB upgraded from 1GB) and more storage (16GB upgraded from 8GB). There are also some extra sensors including a geomagnetic sensor, and body composition analysis, although some functionality may depend on your country. Here are some of my other thoughts after using these watches so far: -WearOS: This is the biggest difference to me so far. There are many more apps available now that Samsung is using WearOS, including things like Google Maps. I have really enjoyed the wider variety of apps to choose from. Of course, if you had previously been using a custom watch face on a Galaxy Watch 3 from the Galaxy Store, you might miss that old face, but there are plenty of others to choose from. -Speed: The Watch 4 is noticeably faster. Scrolling through apps and launching applications just seems to be more smooth, and a tiny bit faster to do everything. -BodyComp: This seemed to be pretty inaccurate for me, but it is nice to have this data for a baseline to try to improve. -Battery: The battery life seems to be a bit better with this Watch4 than it was with the Watch3. I will test this more over the next few weeks. Overall, I like the changes with this new version of the Galaxy Watch. There are reportedly more software updates in the works too, like using Google Assistant instead of Bixby. Coming from the Galaxy Watch 3, I prefer the Watch 4 “Classic” model because of the rotating bezel, but if you are upgrading from the Active2 and don't care about the bezel, then you might prefer the regular Watch 4. (Note – I personally have not tried to use these with an iPhone, but several sources seem to indicate that there are some difficulties when trying to do so, so do some research first if you are using an iPhone) Read more

Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 29, 2021

Review:I ordered the Galaxy Watch 4 directly from Samsung. I took advantage of the trade-in program on my Active 2. The Watch 4 is sleeker and more premium than the Active 2. The limited number of current watch faces being it's only drawback. The main reason for my review is to counter the review stating the touch bezel isn't touch sensitive. Nonsense! In fact, it is more touch sensitive and smoother operating than my Active 2. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2021

Review:Day 1 we are at 1 star and I will tell why.... Pros: - Looks and feels like a quality smart watch. - Super responsive screen and the display appears to be top notch. - Samsung wearable app is clean and easy to setup. Cons: - requires you to download the Samsung health app but the app setup is garbage. It guides you towards enabling 2fa but either errors out or closes the app. - you have to have a Samsung phone in order to use the ecg function. Smart watches can be super gorgeous and built with the best specs, but if the required apps lead to a negative customer experience then the product is no good. Read more

S. Siemonsma
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2021

Review:Your browser does not support HTML5 video. I feel lied to. With the current firmware, the Galaxy Watch 4's bezel is absolutely not touch-sensitive. Unless you brush up against the actual screen area with your finger, it does nothing. This is a big step back from the Galaxy Watch Active 2, a watch that I liked. I'm very likely going to return this watch due to this completely absent feature, unless Samsung addresses it very quickly. For me, this is a dealbreaker. Unless fixed, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is a much better bet for most consumers. I've included a quick video to demonstrate the lack of a touch-sensitive bezel. In addition to this huge omission, Samsung has failed to clearly promise that Google Assistant is coming to the Galaxy Watch 4 series. If that feature doesn't come, that will be a dealbreaker for many others. Lastly, all of the Galaxy Watch 4 color variants (even the silver ones) have a painted body that appears to be susceptible to chipping around the glass. A big reason I got the silver color is so that it is plain aluminum that doesn't have a coating that can chip off. So much for that. Most of these will be probably be chipped up very quickly since the screen is completely flat with the painted rim being very likely to be bumped onto things accidentally. A screen cover will not protect you from this. Edit: I see someone created a review explicitly to counter my claim about the bezel. Well, my video demonstration doesn't lie. The black bezel is not touch-sensitive, and it makes the experience unreliable unless you adapt to it. I had this watch side-by-side with my Active 2, and the Active 2 hands down had a more reliable bezel. Read more

Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2021

Review:I am a very happy owner of both a Galaxy watch 3 and Galaxy watch. When I saw the price of the newest Samsung watch and saw that it was running Wear OS 3 I thought they just made a good thing better, I was wrong. I bought the Galaxy watch 4 44 mm, which means it doesn't have the physical rotating bezel. The bezel it does have is bad, I have to be a contortionist to make it move and when it does its hard to get it to stop on the app I want. Its not the only way to get to the apps so I won't bother using it any more. The rubber watchband is just plain bad, after wearing the watch for a short time I realized I didn't want to struggle with it every time I put the watch on so I ordered a replacement band. And Wear OS 3, where are all these great apps I keep reading about? Its really not a big deal, Tizen and Wear 3 both have all the apps I really want or use but really, saying the app store is so much bigger when it fact there's nothing special there is no selling point to me. So, I give it 2 stars because I'm hoping its as reliable as my old Samsung watches and zero stars for Wear OS 3 and the wristband. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Mexico on September 22, 2021

Review:Me anime a comprarlo con la duda de ser la version de Estados Unidos, pero funciona a la perfeccion, se sincronizo inmediatamente con mi Samsung, todos se quejan de la pila, apenas lo pribare pero es esperado para mi que se tenga que cargar diario asi que a menos que eso sea diferente mi puntuacion sera la misma Read more


Date:Reviewed in Mexico on September 24, 2021

Review:El empaque llegó abierto los sellos estaban rotos y el reloj estaba fuera de su caja por eso le doy esta calificación. Por parte del reloj no tenía daños y lo pude vincular sin ningún problema con mi Motorola Rzar 5g a pesar de ser la versión de E.U. El reloj funciona muy bien y creo que al final fue buena compra. Read more