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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Review

SAMSUNG’S GALAXY WATCH 5 IS A SMALL BUT SUCCESSFUL UPGRADE OVER LAST YEAR’S MODEL

Although its improvements are mostly incremental—slight design changes, small bumps in battery life, and a more curved back for a snugger fit—the Galaxy Watch 5 (available at Amazon for $279.99) is the best smartwatch you can get to pair with an Android phone right now. Its battery life could be better, but its bright and vibrant display, additional accessibility features, and solid design make it an easy recommendation for most.

Pros:

  • Great design
  • Improved accessibility features
  • Vibrant display

Cons:

  • Bezel is still difficult to use
  • wearOS takes some getting used to
  • Tied to Samsung’s ecosystem

About the Galaxy Watch 5

  • Display: 1.36-inch (450×450) or 1.19-inch (396×396) always-on AMOLED
  • Processor: Exynos W920 (Dualcore, 5nm)
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 5.2 / Wi-Fi 2.4GHz & 5GHz / GPS / NFC / LTE
  • Sensors: Accelerometer, Gyro, Baro, Ambient Light, Compass
  • Health: Heart rate monitor, ECG, BP, BIA, Continuous SpO2
  • Water resistance: 5ATM / IP68 / MIL-STD-810H
  • Audio: Mic, speaker
  • Battery: 284mAh / 410mAh
  • Memory: 1.5GB + 16GB

Although we reviewed the regular model of the Galaxy Watch 5, many of the specs between it and the Watch 5 Pro remain the same, like fitness tracking, the processor, and RAM. The Pro has a slightly larger battery, more durable sapphire glass over the display, and a more rugged titanium casing rather than aluminum.

The Pro comes in only one size, 45mm, while the standard Watch 5 comes in 40mm and 44mm. Color-wise, the Pro comes in black and gray, while the standard Watch 5 comes in blue, silver, gray, and gold. The available wristbands are also different between the two watch models.

With informations:https://www.reviewed.com/tech/content/samsung-galaxy-watch-5-review

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