This year, Samsung has released the newest iterations of its foldable devices. The Galaxy Z Fold3 5G is for those who want to experience a device that changes from one category to another in a matter of seconds, and all the newest innovations that the brand has to offer. And the Galaxy Z Flip3 5G, which isn’t just a phone, but a fashion statement – for those who want a compact but capable foldable that combines style with function.
To deliver an even better user experience, Samsung also offers a lineup of accessories that when paired with its foldables, extends their functionalities to health tracking, fitness monitoring, and so much more.
Galaxy Watch4 Series
The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic offer so much more than your average smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch4 has a minimalist look, while the Galaxy Watch4 Classic maintains a classic feel with the fan-favorite rotating bezel. Their looks allow you to confidently wear them from the meeting room to the grandest parties. The Galaxy Watch4’s case is made from Aluminum, while the Galaxy Watch4 Classic uses Stainless Steel for that premium look and feel.
What makes these devices so capable, is the Exynos W920, a 5nm chip that delivers improved processing and graphics performance, along with 1.5GB of RAM, allowing you to multitask, download various applications, browse through menus, and access features smoothly. Samsung’s BioActive sensor also works as a three-way sensor – for accurate and detailed health results.
Sleep is a key factor in our overall health, and the Galaxy Watch4 series even features Snoring detection, as well as continuous blood oxygen monitoring. It will even give you useful insights and a corresponding sleep score. It even has a Body Composition Analysis tool that gives you info on things like Skeletal Muscle, Body Fat, BMI, and more.
Your smartphone revolves around apps, and so does the Watch4 series. Thanks to a fruitful collaboration with Google, you will be able to access apps like SmartThings, Bixby, and other third-party apps directly from your watch with its Wear OS feature.
If you have your Galaxy Buds2 connected, you will be able to use the Buds Controller feature to check battery level, manage touch controls, and even the noise cancelling settings, all without having to grab your phone. Enjoying your favorite tunes has never been more convenient and seamless.
For those who want to enjoy their music on-the-go uninterrupted, and free of distractions, the Samsung Galaxy Buds2 is a great digital companion, comes in four lovely colors: Graphite, White, Lavender, and Olive. It’s also the lightest of the Galaxy Buds Series, so it doesn’t feel heavy when worn, for a more comfortable listening experience.
To deliver great sound, the device is powered by dynamic 2-way speakers, and it also features Active Noise Cancellation that can take out up to 98% of unwanted noise. Got a call to answer? Galaxy Buds2 also uses three microphones with a voice pickup unit combined with machine learning to ensure that you get crystal clear calls.
Pairing your Galaxy Buds2 with your Galaxy Smartphone is so easy. Simply take out the Buds from the case and wait for the prompt on your phone for pairing.
You can use the Galaxy Wearables app to access the various settings for your Galaxy Buds2. Monitor battery life, enable or disable Active Noise Cancellation, update the firmware, set touch controls, set the equalizer, and even do a fit test.
For any wearable, battery life is of the utmost importance. You’ll get up to 4 hours on a single charge and up to 20 hours using the case, which also serves as the charger for the Galaxy Buds2.
The Galaxy Watch4 Series and Galaxy Buds2 are valuable accessories that offer features to extend the capabilities of your foldable smartphones with features that aim to help you attain your health and fitness goals, and enjoy your music to the fullest, wherever you go.
For more information, visit https://www.samsung.com/ph/.
Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.