Samsung confirms the arrival of the Pro model in its Health app

Samsung has inadvertently confirmed the arrival of two new high-end watches to its Health app. At the event this year, there is a Pro model, but no “classic” version as in previous generations.

As first spotted by 9to5Google, after launching the Galaxy Watch 4 One UI 4.5 beta, the company has also released beta for its Samsung Health app. List of devices that this beta supports for two of Samsung’s new watches.

Galaxy Watch – credit: Unsplash

The new version of the Samsung Health app reveals a list of all supported devices, and it already includes the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro, which will replace the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic. Indeed, The Verge was able to take a screenshot of this list, which includes Two new connected watches that should be presented next summer,

The list doesn’t mention any Classic model, which indicates that Samsung might Skip this series, and with it, the mechanical aspect of the watch, Previous leaks had already indicated that Samsung is going to drop the rotary dial of its watches, so the new leak comes to confirm this information.

Galaxy Watch 5 could use body temperature sensor

Interestingly, there is an option in the latest beta version of Samsung Health as well. skin temperature during sleep Which apparently can be used for cycle tracking. It has been known for several months that the Galaxy Watch 5 was going to be equipped with such a sensor, although some reports said a few weeks ago.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo announced on his Twitter account that Samsung is looking to add this technology to its connected watches, but thatHe had problems with an algorithm that reads body temperatureAnd so it may be forced to postpone functionality until 2023. Going by the Health app, it looks like the Korean giant has still managed to integrate such a sensor on its Galaxy Watch 5. This will give it a definite edge over competitors like the Apple Watch Series 8. Or even the future Pixel Watch, whose disappointing autonomy we mentioned recently.

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Source: The Verge

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