Samsung is preparing to make major changes to the palm rest software it uses. However, Tizen will give way to Google’s Wear OS for the upcoming Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic, although (as confirmed by Samsung) Google’s software will be integrated into Samsung’s One UI. Even so, it will be very different from the user interface we see on the Galaxy Watch 3, for example. Check out these leaked promotional videos below.
At the end of these two videos, you can see Google Maps, but Tizen does not. Then there is the game store. But also pay attention to the location of the applications in the launcher-they are arranged in a hexagonal grid, not in a circle like Tizen OS. UI Watch on Wear OS works differently from Tizen UI and OS. Other things to note in the clip include GPS-based location tracking, body composition, and typical features such as a pedometer and sleep tracker.
The Google app replaces the Samsung app; however, you can still see the Samsung Health and Bixby icons. Galaxy Watch4 Classic has a very similar user interface, although the dial selection looks more serious and mimics mechanical watches. The dial of the Vanilla Watch4 looks more like an entertainment area. Two Watch4 models and Samsung’s new foldable Galaxy phone. , August 11. The watch is powered by the newly updated Exynos W920 chipset, and you can check the Canadian price published by Amazon.