Twitter tipster Ice Universe posted a tweet last week revealing when we could see Samsung unveils Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4. According to a tweet that @UniverseIce spread, the new watches will be announced once during the second quarter of this year. The second quarter runs from April to June. Last year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Watch 3 on August 20 right next to the Galaxy Note 20 series.
If the Ice Universe is correct, this year there will be a couple of new clocks that can be introduced months earlier than last year̵
7;s clock. Their names? Tipster says they will be called Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4 as the company seeks to adjust the brand to .wrist-wear-wearables.
Twitter Tipster Ice Universe says to look for a Q2 unveiling of Samsung’s new smartwatches
Samsung may move at the time of the release of the new watches, so that they can be released before the expected release of September-October. Apple Watch Series 7. Since there have been rumors that both products will be able to monitor users’ blood sugar levels, Sammy may want to have a bag to be first on the market with this feature. There are approximately 150 million-200 million people in the world who take insulin every day. These insulin-dependent diabetics are undoubtedly eager to save the pain and expense of testing glucose levels several times a day; a non-invasive alternative like the ones we could see on Samsung and Apple’s new watches, could capture a big chunk of change. In the United States alone, there are 25 million Americans who need to inject themselves with insulin. To determine the dose of each shot, these diabetics must painfully extract blood from their fingertips and place the blood on an expensive test strip. The non-reusable strip is placed in a glucometer that reads the strip and reports the user’s blood sugar level. What Samsung and Apple are reportedly boiling up does not require blood, test strips or the glucometer.
Of course, the FDA will need to approve the systems used by both companies, and accuracy is important. This is because an inaccurate reading can cause a diabetic to take too much insulin and cause hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar), which can cause the diabetic to go out. If the reading incorrectly leads to the diabetic not taking enough insulin, he / she may suffer from the key organs over time, including vision loss.
During the fourth quarter of 2020, Samsung’s watches accounted for 10% of the global smartwatch pie behind Apple’s 40% and ahead of Huawei’s 8%.