Take charge of your health and fitness journey with the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Smartwatch.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Smartwatch makes a great companion for anyone looking to take control of their health and fitness journey. This intuitive device is designed to support your health goals and help you stay on top of your game, whether you’re crushing workouts or tracking your daily activities.
One of the most impressive features of the Galaxy Watch4 is its ability to track body composition data, including body fat, skeletal muscle, body water, basal metabolic rate, and Body Mass Index. This information can help you better understand your overall health and wellness and make informed decisions about your fitness routine.
Other standout features include advanced sleep tracking, accurate ECG monitoring, automatic workout tracking, and VO2 Max readings. The Galaxy Watch4 also allows you to stay connected to your phone with calls, texts, notifications, and music streaming right from your wrist. And with Google services, you can access payment options, directions, Bixby or Google Assistant for help, and stream tunes on YouTube.
Denver 2000 –
If you’re looking for a smart watch that doesn’t include paying more to any cell carrier, this is it. I have a Pixel 4a5g and it easily pairs with it via Bluetooth to send texts, make calls, etc. If you don’t want to have it connected to your Android, just turn off Bluetooth. Connects easily to WiFi and has apps, etc. At $169, it’s a great value for a great looking and very substantial watch. I got it in grey which is more white with a hint of grey and matches everything.
Paul Chadwick (Bonnaroo) –
I got this watch as a Christmas present and immediately paired it with my Samsung S20 5G phone. The watch battery lasts all day, and I typically have 65-75% of battery charge left when I put it back on its charging pad at night. Note that this is my first smartwatch; I have experienced no major issues so far, and I’m reasonably satisfied with how it works. I haven’t really taken advantage of all its features (e.g. I really don’t need the dang thing to nag me about getting in my “steps”), but I may utilize more of these in the future. The watch seems to maintain a Bluetooth connection with my phone even when they are in different rooms. In addition to the step “nagging”, there are a few things I wish that it would do differently, including: to not repeatedly remind me of upcoming calendar events/appointments (I had to disable the calendar reminders entirely to stop those from occurring), to be able to set timers without using the phone (it does, however, allow me to dismiss those), and I think that it should support the capability to remotely zoom the phone camera (a feature that Samsung added in the latest update, but still doesn’t work on this watch). Also, as to basic watch functionality, I really wish there was a watch face that would show you the seconds along with the date and the day of the week, as I have had that capability on every other watch I’ve owned for decades. For these reasons, I am giving this 4 stars instead of 5.
Look, by and large it’s a great watch. The health tracking features are nice, although the step count (which is presumably based on stride) varies VASTLY from what Fitbit tracks (i’m talking at least one thousand steps per 5k, which probably makes sense since Fitbit’s stride algorithm is propritary) and, as everyone says, the battery life is pretty horrible.This watch goes above and beyond the Versa 2 in that you can set up fall alerts to go out to people, as well as “personal safety” alerts and you can see the images in texts, emails, etc. on your watch. They’re not the easiest all the time, as the watchface is the size limit, but still, that’s awesome, at least to someone coming from a Versa and being over the text notification just being “image.” As someone not old enough to want to have a life alert thing, but living alone, that’s nice. There are some other nice features as well, but I can’t think of them right now.On to the battery life: you can make your watch battery last 24 hours (maybe a smidge more) by having it on power saver for most of those 24 hours. Everything still works as a smart watch/fitness tracker should, you just have to push a side button or double tap the screen to turn on your display. It feels kind of lame to do that, but again, 24 or more hours without having to put it on the charger is nice, especially when without that, you’re probably looking at 8 hours per charge, without changing any of the features that make your Samsung Galaxy 4 a smart watch and tracker.As I implied, coming from a Versa 2, that was a little bit of a bitter pill. However, as this watch has no trouble maintaining its bluetooth connection to my Samsung phone, unlike the Versa 2, and has heaps more features, I personally felt the like the tradeoff wasn’t the worst ever. YMMV.
Jennifer Huston –
This thing has motivated me to increase my steps, lengthen my workouts, and stay active. Since buying this watch I’ve lost 40 pounds. It has a good number of preloaded faces and the adaptive brightness is great for the battery life. Would highly recommend!
Jennifer Huston –
Great watch but if your buying it for the use of the ECG and DONT HAVE A SAMSUNG phone it will not work the ecg. Other wise I’m happy with the watch. I mainly bought it for the ecg but I have an LG phone and it won’t run the ecg. The battery only seems to last 24 hours.
Kandi Middleton –
I am very happy with my watch. I received it as a bd gift and have no complaints about it. It was very easy to set up and I was able to pair it with Virgin Rewards also with no problem.
Kandi Middleton –
What I like is this watch connects to my Samsung Galaxy S22 phone without issues. Depending on how many apps you have running on this watch determines your battery life the same way in how your cell phones work. I found the accuracy of some features can be off as it depends where the watch sits on your wrist and how tight you make it. I love that I can receive messages and phone call notifications. I have been able to respond to text messages through my watch at no extra charge from my cell phone provider but unsure about calls. I love you can personalize your watch with your own photos or add through the apps offered. My battery usually last 2 days before I need to charge but that’s because I run my music through my watch a lot. It has a lot of features you can add and change. This was a great buy and I loved that I got it as promised within the time frame quoted, and it was packaged with care. Definitely would buy this product again through this seller.