Galaxy Unpacked 2024: Samsung’s Watch7 infuses more AI into fitness tracking

While enhanced BioActive sensor improves accuracy

Samsung has unveiled the latest wearables, and the new Galaxy Watch7 is equipped to detect anomalies more accurately and warn you of potential health risks. The watch uses an improved BioActive sensor to offer comprehensive readings, while a new AI algorithm analyses sleep more deeply.  

The Galaxy Watch7 offers a Sleep Apnea detection feature approved by the FDA under De Novo classification. The device provides real-time readings and alerts for anomalies in heart rates and detects irregular heart rhythms suggestive of atrial fibrillation, warning you of any potential risk factors. It provides a deeper understanding of heart health with ECG  and Blood Pressure BP monitoring. The Galaxy Watch7 allows you to track advanced glycation end products (AGEs) from your wrist for the first time, providing an assessment of metabolic health. You can track over 100 workouts and build routines by combining various exercises with Workout Routine. You can also receive a complete body and fitness snapshot with body composition measurements.

The device is powered by a 3nm Exynos W1000 processor, which is now three times faster and  30 percent more power efficient. The watch houses a dual-frequency GPS system for better location accuracy. The Galaxy Watch7 offers intelligent suggested replies and supports Double Pinch Gestures.

The Galaxy Watch7 will be available in 40mm and 44mm sizes in Green, Cream and Silver colours. The prices of the 40mm variant start from ₹29,999 while the 44mm variant retails from ₹32,999.