Samsung Galaxy S4 Gear with an improved battery

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Some reports have suggested Samsung is working on a Galaxy watch, potentially known as Samsung Gear S4, and its better than its previous model.

Reports also suggested that Samsung may unveil smartwatch alongside Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in August.

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The watch features PLP (Panel Level Packaging) which relates to the way chips are being integrated and enabled fitting more hardware on the single motherboard.

Samsung Galaxy S4 Gear with an improved battery.

Specifically, the Gear S4/ Galaxy Watch is rumored to get 470mAh battery, which is far better than Gar S3’s 380mAh.

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According to the rumors, the Galaxy Watch will arrive in three colors, Silver, Gold and black.

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The Korean tech giant will launch two version of the watch, a sports-oriented model, and a more dressy version.

The Samsung Gear hasn’t actually been confirmed officially but rumors are pointing to the watch, rumors also suggest the watch is likely to get Samsung’s own Tizen Os in favor of Google’s wear OS

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Muhammad Irfan Raza
Irfan Raza is Editor at TechWafer covering Everything about Apple including Mac, iPhones, iMac, iMac Pro, MacBook, and How-tos.

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