Galaxy Watch with Galaxy Home revealed in Samsung Unpack event

Watch works best with Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Watch

The Samsung Unpack Event unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 with no new information was provided about the phone, but it introduced the new Samsung Galaxy Watch.

Latest Galaxy smartwatch device has connectivity features that pairs extremely well with the new Note 9. The new wearable also features , LTE connectivity, but for standalone connection operations only. It also has a full, high resolution AMOLED touchscreen panel, but can also resemble like a typical watch, by changing the face. While presenting the wearable device the wrist of the Samsung executive, Alina Vives looked a little thick and uncomfortable.

The Galaxy Watch also has with health apps, fitness features, connectivity and productivity apps that you are always expected from a Samsung device. It also has built-in the new version of Bixby, which is Samsung?s own virtual assistant, competing with Google Assistant and Apple’s Siri. This new version of Bixby has been presented with integrated and improved AI system, which makes it more responsive and flexible in a conversation. As show, there is a feature which includes being able to do things without any application installation such as get ride details in Uber, this is really impressive.

At the event Samsung also announced and debuted a new smart speaker called, AKG- and Harman-powered Galaxy Home, for the AI home purpose. The Bixby?s integration in the Galaxy Watch and also with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might be a good idea, as it defers from person to person.

This new Note 9 showcased at the event features a 6.4-inch display with Snapdragon 845 chip with 6GB / 8GB of RAM and a massive 4,000 mAh battery. New stylus will have a Bluetooth connection, which can be used for multiple things. The device will not have the?much awaited, in-display fingerprint sensor, this can be expected to release in the upcoming Galaxy phones. Though major manufacturers have dropped the audio jack, this Note 9 still rocks one a 3.5mm one.

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