All The Impressive Ways The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Works With Your Other Devices

Designed to work perfectly with your other compatible Samsung products – the Galaxy Watch5 is the ultimate companion in your journey towards a healthier you.

In today’s fast-moving world of technology, cross-compatibility and ubiquity are all essential to making the most of what a product has to offer. While back in the day different products were designed perfectly for their specific tasks, nowadays by connecting devices to each other, they can be tailored for an even-wider range of experiences.

This “tech ecosystem” – driven by the idea that everything should work together, without pause for thought – is something that Samsung has absolutely nailed, especially with its most recent launch.

Samsung’s range of consumer tech is ideal for this level of synchronisation when it’s never mattered more how our gadgets work in tandem. Whether you’re scrolling through documents on your folding smartphone, checking texts on your smartwatch or listening to your favourite podcast with your compatible buds – perhaps even all at the same time – Samsung’s wide range of different devices make working across all of them just that little bit more simple. And that’s especially true when it comes to the Galaxy Watch5.

Working seamlessly with other Samsung devices, you can check or respond to phone notifications, calls, messages from your wrist, and even pick a customisable watch face that matches your phone background or outfit for the day.

And while, like most fitness watches, the Galaxy Watch5 is designed to automatically count your steps, calories and even your routines – it does so much more than that with a holistic and meaningful view into your health and body composition once connected to your other compatible Samsung devices. The more you wear the watch, the more personalised the feedback gets: think monitoring everything from body fat percentage to skeletal muscle weight, plus a blood oxygen sensor and ECG. Designed to securely store your personal data, Samsung Health can work seamlessly with your Galaxy Watch5 and Galaxy smartphone so you can access detailed insights and analysis of your body. It even provides recommendations tailored to you and your progress. But there’s more: you can also navigate your next adventure with Google Maps (simply start Google Maps™ on your phone and follow directions on your Watch5), stream YouTube videos, get help from Bixby or Google Assistant, and even browse the web. Those things you do on your phone? You can do them on Galaxy Watch5. Plus, Smart Switch makes keeping data from your previous Galaxy Watch a breeze. Did we mention it also tells time? Not bad.

Find out more about the Galaxy Watch5, here.

[1] Galaxy Watch5 is not a medical/therapeutic device. Intended for general wellness and fitness purposes only. Not intended for use in detection, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring or management of any medical condition or disease. Any health-related information accessed through the device and/or application should not be treated as medical advice. Users should seek any medical advice from a physician.

[2] The ECG feature is intended to create, record, store, transfer, and display a single channel electrocardiogram (ECG), similar to a Lead I ECG for adults 22 years and older. The ECG feature is not intended to replace traditional methods of diagnosis or treatment. The ECG feature is not intended for users with other known arrhythmias. If an irregular heartbeat or atrial fibrillation is detected, consult a doctor. If you experience symptoms of a heart attack, stroke, or other cardiovascular conditions, do not rely on the notification of the device and consult a doctor. Requires a Galaxy smartphone running Android 7.0 or above. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE. IF SYMPTOMS PERSIST, WORSEN OR CHANGE UNEXPECTEDLY, TALK TO YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.

[3] Google Assistant for watch is a downloadable app. Default voice assistant is Bixby. Supported features may vary between platforms and countries with compatibility subject to change. Requires an internet connection. Mobile data fees may apply.


Source @womenshealth.com.au: Read more at : womenalive.org

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