Samsung Unveils Galaxy Watch7 and Watch Ultra: Elevating Health and Performance

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Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra, marking a significant advancement in their wearable technology lineup. Both leverage Samsung’s cutting-edge Galaxy AI to deliver enhanced health and fitness experiences, aiming to empower users with personalized insights and comprehensive health monitoring capabilities.

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The Samsung Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra represent the pinnacle of wearable technology, each offering distinct features tailored to meet the diverse needs of users. Starting with the Galaxy Watch7, available in sizes of 40mm and 44mm, it features a vibrant Super AMOLED display with resolutions of 432×432 for the 40mm version and 480×480 for the 44mm variant. Both models sport a durable Sapphire Crystal cover and support Always On Display functionality, ensuring clarity and visibility at all times.

Both devices are powered by the Exynos W1000 processor, boasting 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. This configuration enables smooth operation and ample storage for apps, music, and personal data. For battery life, the Galaxy Watch7’s 40mm model houses a 300mAh battery, while the 44mm version is equipped with a larger 425mAh battery. The Watch7 Ultra packs a 590mAh unit. Both support fast charging via WPC-based wireless technology.

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The Galaxy Watch7 excels with its advanced Samsung BioActive Sensor, which integrates optical bio-signal sensing, electrical heart signal analysis, and bioelectrical impedance analysis. This sensor enables features such as Sleep Apnea detection, Electrocardiogram (ECG), Blood Pressure monitoring, and unique AGEs tracking directly from the wrist. It’s also equipped with dual-frequency GPS for precise location tracking, making it an ideal companion for outdoor activities.

Both the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra support LTE, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 2.4+5GHz, NFC, and comprehensive GPS capabilities. Both run Wear OS Powered by Samsung with a user-friendly interface through One UI 6 Watch, optimized for efficiency and ease of use.

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In contrast, the Galaxy Watch Ultra takes durability and performance to the next level with its 47mm size and Titanium Grade 4 frame, offering enhanced resistance to water up to 10ATM, along with MIL-STD-810H certification for durability in challenging conditions. The watch boasts a larger 590mAh battery, providing extended usage times of up to 100 hours in Power Saving mode, catering to users with active lifestyles.

For fitness enthusiasts, the Galaxy Watch Ultra introduces features like multi-sports tracking, Functional Threshold Power (FTP) measurement for cycling, and Personalized HR Zone, ensuring accurate fitness monitoring tailored to individual physical capabilities. The display’s peak brightness of 3,000 nits and night mode readability enhance visibility in various lighting conditions, while dedicated watch faces and customizable options allow users to personalize their experience.

Both models are compatible with Android 11 or higher devices with more than 1.5GB of memory, ensuring broad compatibility across Samsung’s ecosystem and beyond.

FAQ

Q: What color options are available for the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra?

A: The Galaxy Watch7 40mm is available in Green and Cream, while the 44mm version comes in Green and Silver. The Galaxy Watch Ultra is offered in Titanium Gray, Titanium White, and Titanium Silver.

Q: When can I pre-order the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra?

A: Pre-orders for both models begin on July 10.

Q: What is the price of the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra in the Philippines?

A: Here are the prices of the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra in the Philippines.

ProductPrice
Galaxy Watch UltraPHP 40,990
Galaxy Watch7 BT (44mm)PHP 18,990
Galaxy Watch7 BT (40mm)PHP 16,990
Galaxy Watch7 LTE (40mm)PHP 19,990

Q: What operating system do the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra use?

A: Both models run on Wear OS Powered by Samsung, specifically the latest Wear OS 5, ensuring enhanced performance and efficiency.

Q: What are the key differences between the Galaxy Watch7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra?

A: Here’s a rundown of the specs for the Galaxy Watch7 and Watch7 Ultra.

 Galaxy Watch7Galaxy Watch Ultra
Color44mm: Green, Sliver
40mm: Green, Cream
47mm: Titanium Sliver, Titanium Gray, Titanium White
Dimensions
& Weight
44mm: 44.4 x 44.4 x 9.7 mm, 33.8g
40mm: 40.4 x 40.4 x 9.7 mm, 28.8g
47mm: 47.1 x 47.4 x 12.1mm, 60.5g
DisplaySapphire Crystal
44mm: 1.5-inch (37.3 mm) 480×480 Super AMOLED, Full Color Always On Display –

40mm: 1.3-inch (33.3 mm) 432×432 Super AMOLED, Full Color Always On Display
Sapphire Crystal
47mm: 1.5-inch (37.3mm) 480×480 Super AMOLED, Full Color Always On Display
ProcessorExynos W1000 (5 Core, 3nm)Exynos W1000 (5 Core, 3nm)
RAM2GB2GB
Storage32GB32GB
Battery (typical) 44mm: 425mAh
40mm: 300mAh
590mAh
ChargingFast Charging (WPC-based wireless charging)Fast Charging (WPC-based wireless charging)
OSWear OS Powered by Samsung (Wear OS 5)Wear OS Powered by Samsung (Wear OS 5)
UIOne UI 6 WatchOne UI 6 Watch
SensorsSamsung BioActive Sensor (Optical Bio-signal sensor+ Electrical Heart Signal + Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis), Temperature Sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Light SensorSamsung BioActive Sensor (Optiocal Bio-signal sensor+ Electrical Heart Signal + Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis), Temperature Sensor, Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Light Sensor
ConnectivityLTE, Bluetooth 5.3, Wi-Fi 2.4+5GHz, NFC, GPS(L1+L5)/Glonass/Beidou/Galileo
Durability5ATM + IP68 / MIL-STD-810H10ATM+IP68 / MIL-STD-810H /Ocean Swimming, Operation Temperature/ Altitude Guaranteed
CompatibilityAndroid 11 or higher and with more than 1.5GB of memory
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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.

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