Samsung is attending MWC in Barcelona this year, but will do it virtually. During the first day of the conference, June 28, the company will hold a Galaxy Experience keynote which will reveal the latest in Galaxy ecosystem, new watch experience and mobile security.
Yes, that is correct - Samsung is planning to tell us more about its new Galaxy smartwatches that will now launch with Wear OS.
According to the official description, Samsung is “reimagining smartwatches, creating new opportunities for both developers and consumers”. It is also enhancing security, as well as empowering people in its ecosystem of connected devices, services, providing users with “choice, freedom, and possibility”.
In reality, we expect to see how Samsung will transition from its in-house Tizen OS to the more widespread system for wearables. Hopefully, the Korean manufacturer will also give us a sneak peek of the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch Active4, although they are they’ll likely only be fully introduced alongside the Galaxy Z foldable smartphones.
Significant reduction in battery life
expect a folding screen ...doesn't make much sense, but Samsung being the king at it one may never know...
don't keep your hopes high and you'll be happy. Expect Wear OS without Google Assistant or Google Pay, and with all Samsung Bloatware. Also expect lots of bugs in the beginning and later updates that break working features ...and Apple pric...