Ice Universe, a well-known and relatively trustworthy tipster for Samsung-related advancements, tweeted over night a few essential points about the Galaxy Watch Active 4. As Samsung all-but-confirmed yesterday that it would be utilizing the OS on its next smartwatches, Ice states that the item will be running “TizenWear OS,” presumably a term suggested to explain the customized Samsung skin on top of Google’s platform.
More interesting, however, are the hardware information this tweet indicate. Under the hood, the Galaxy Watch 4 will apparently be using a cutting-edge 5nm chipset. The super-efficient design is far beyond what we’re seeing in most smartwatches today, especially in the context of Wear OS where most items are running on the Snapdragon Wear 2100 or 3100, both based upon an aging 28nm process. Samsung has actually obviously had 5nm chips in production since late 2020.
Beyond a brand-new chip in the Galaxy Watch 4 Active, the hardware will also even more narrow the bezels and utilize 2D glass (not 2.5 D). Roland Quandt included that a person model will have an aluminum chassis and one will be stainless-steel.
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