Last year, the South Korean tech giant Samsung has launched two wearable watches called the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Watch 4 Classic. Both these wristwatches came with Google’s Wear OS 3 and collaborate with Samsung One UI in the place of TizenOS. The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series is currently one of the most advanced Wear OS smartwatches available.
Downloading third-party apps, calling through the watch, answering the messages, tracking health data, accessing social media apps, and other modifications are all possible with the Galaxy Watch 4 series.
However, employing all of these capabilities affects battery life, often to less than a day. Let’s look at some tips and tactics for saving battery life and getting the most out of your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
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You can turn off a lot of features on the Galaxy Watch 4 to save battery life. Samsung has also included a couple of dedicated battery-saving settings. Continue reading to learn more about the smartwatch’s battery-saving alternatives.
1. Disable Connectivity Options.
2. Disable the Always-On Display.
3. Switch to “Watch Only” mode.
4. Use Static Watch Faces.
5. Disable the Raise to Wake function.
6. Always remove Recent Apps.
7. Enable the Power Saving Mode on the Galaxy Watch 4 series.
8. Shorten the time between screen refreshes.
9. Disable automatic health monitoring.
10. Turn off GPS.
These were the best battery-saving tips and methods for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series. I hope the tips above help you extend the life of your watch and get a high-resolution screen on time. In the comments section below, tell us about your experience with these suggestions on your watch.