Samsung’s latest aspirant to a Apple Watch is here: a Galaxy Watch, a $330 fitness-focused smartwatch.
Samsung introduced a new smartwatch on theatre during a Unpacked event final week. The Galaxy Watch isn’t Samsung’s initial wearable, though it’s a initial with a Galaxy code name — in a past, Samsung’s smartwatches have been underneath a “Gear” branding.
The Galaxy Watch also sets itself detached with dual pivotal features: battery life (the watch can final adult to 4 days on a singular charge, Samsung says) and a rotating climax that lets we control a watch like a dial. Plus, it looks some-more like a customary watch than many other smartwatches on a market, Apple Watch included.
Still, Apple Watch is a best-selling smartwatch in a world, and Samsung faces an ascending conflict if it wants to replace Apple as a black of smartwatches.
So as a Apple Watch and a Galaxy Watch ready to go head-to-head — a Galaxy Watch will be accessible Aug 24 — here’s how a dual watches are identical and different.