Wearable

Report: Samsung is presently developing the Gear S4 in US

The Samsung Gear S3 was launched in 2016 and for those who were expecting a successor, that didn’t exactly happen last year where Samsung instead launched the Gear Sport.

According to the Sammobile report, Samsung is presently developing the Gear S4. According to the last reports, Samsung is planning to launch the successor to the Gear S3 Frontier and Gear S3 Classic in the coming months. The device is reportedly codenamed Galileo internally. The LTE variant of the Gear S4 will be offered by all major carriers in the US – Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.



The wearable will feature improved internal hardware and place a specific focus on enhanced health and fitness tracking functionalities enabled by Samsung’s S Health service, including more in-depth sleep monitoring.

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Samsung is supposedly planning to debut the Gear S4 later this year but no more specific timeframe has been provided. With the Gear Sport and Gear S3 families debuting at the last two iterations of IFA, the next flagship wearable offering from Samsung may follow the same pattern and end up being unveiled at this year’s edition of the Berlin, Germany-based electronics show.

IFA 2018 is running from August 31 through September 5 and may also end up being the event that sees the announcement of the Galaxy Note 9.





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