The upcoming Samsung smartwatch releases will not support blood sugar measurement

The Korean giant is preparing to launch a new generation of smartwatches this year, which includes both the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Active, and in the latest leaks, it was revealed that Samsung is relinquishing support for these versions with the feature of measuring blood sugar.

Samsung smartwatches come this year, the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Active, with the same features and changes, as the Korean giant replaces the Tizen system in these versions with a Wear OS from Google, which was confirmed by a report published by the Korean MT website.

And the leaks indicate that Samsung is moving to the Google operating system in the Galaxy Watch 4, with the aim of providing more applications to users, and expectations indicate that the Wear OS system is a greater attraction for application developers to create new applications.

On the other hand, Google is preparing to bring more features in the new version of Wear OS this year, provided that these features will be revealed during Google I / O events and these features are scheduled to include new capabilities in writing on the Gboard.

Google also adds some features for Fitbit smartwatches, which it unveils during the virtual event that will be held between the 18th to the 20th of May.

Samsung is also giving up the blood sugar measurement feature in the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Active smartwatches, so Apple gets the lead in bringing the feature to the Watch Series 7 smartwatch.

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