Samsung Electronics has upgraded its Galaxy Watch4 series for holistic wellness and customization. Photo courtesy of Samsung Electronics

Tech giant focuses on holistic wellness and customization

South Korea’s Samsung Electronics announced on Feb. 8 that the company had leveled up its Galaxy Watch4 series for holistic wellness and customization.

The Seoul-based outfit said that the update would empowers users to reach their goals with enhanced health and wellness features, and express themselves with more personalization.

“We understand the growing needs of smartwatch users, and are committed to guiding our Galaxy Watch4 series community on their unique wellness journeys with our latest update,” Samsung Executive Vice President Yoon Jang-hyun said.

“We are excited to continue this effort as part of our wider initiative to redefine holistic wellness through expanded experiences and new innovations.”

The tech giant said that the latest body composition update would give users even more insight into their health progress. Samsung Health will also be providing body composition insights powered by a digital fitness program.

“Whether you’re just looking to get active or training for an upcoming race, our new interval target feature for runners and cyclists lets them pre-set the duration, distance, and the number of sets for their workout,” a Samsung official said.

“From there, Galaxy Watch4 guides them through a custom intensity training session with a series of high-intensity workouts interspersed with low-intensity workouts, making for an impactful and targeted workout every time.

Samsung Electronics is the world’s largest manufacturer of mobile phones, memory chips, and flat-panel displays. Currently, Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is leading the outfit.

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