Samsung May Introduce Revolutionary Health Tool and Ultra Model in Galaxy Watch 7 Series

What you should know


  • Samsung is expected to unveil new smartwatches and possibly upgraded earbuds in addition to the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6 handsets at an Unpacked event rumored for the first half of July.
  • The Galaxy Watch 7 family might include a new “Ultra” model with superior capabilities, potentially competing with the rugged Apple Watch Ultra and Garmin’s rugged timepieces.
  • There’s speculation about a Galaxy Watch Ultra featuring a large 580mAh battery and enhancements in screen toughness, water and dust resistance, outdoor activity tracking, and physical buttons.
  • Samsung and Apple are both working on developing a non-invasive blood glucose monitoring feature for their smartwatches, which could revolutionize health tracking for people with diabetes or at high risk.


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Oh boy, the tech world’s buzzing again. You’ve probably heard whispers of Samsung’s Unpacked event slated for early July. It’s like the tech version of summer fireworks, promising new gadgets that’ll have us all talking. Among the chatter? Expectations of fresh smartwatches and maybe, just maybe, some snazzy upgraded earbuds. And let’s not forget the Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6 handsets that have been leaked so much, they’re practically public domain.

Now, onto the juicy bits. The Galaxy Watch 7 family is stealing the spotlight with not one, but two rumors that are as exciting as finding an extra fry at the bottom of the bag. First off, we’re talking about a possible “Ultra” model. Because, let’s face it, everything sounds cooler with “Ultra” in the name, right?

Speaking of “Ultra,” Apple’s got its own rugged contender in the smartwatch arena. The Apple Watch Ultra stands out, flexing its muscles with features that make tech enthusiasts swoon. Samsung’s rumored response? A Galaxy Watch Ultra that might just outshine its siblings, the Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch 7 Classic, with rumored features like a beefy 580mAh battery. But hey, it’s all speculation at this point.

Android Headlines is dropping hints like breadcrumbs, suggesting we might see a trio of new watches from Samsung. Imagine a sequel to the Galaxy Watch 6, a Watch 7 Classic with that satisfying rotating bezel, and the all-new Galaxy Watch Ultra. But to take on the likes of Apple and Garmin, Samsung’s gotta up its game with tougher screens, better water and dust resistance, enhanced outdoor activity tracking, and maybe even more physical buttons.

Now, let’s shift gears to something a bit different. Remember hearing about a blood glucose-tracking Apple Watch way back in 2014? Yep, it’s been a while. Both Apple and Samsung have been neck and neck in this race, but who’ll cross the finish line first with a non-invasive way to monitor blood sugar levels is anyone’s guess.

This tech could be a game-changer for folks with diabetes or those at risk. No more finger pricking or dealing with clunky, sometimes inaccurate devices. But, and it’s a big but, don’t get too ahead of yourself. Revolutionary tech like this has to jump through hoops of fire (a.k.a. a rigorous approval process) before it can grace our wrists.

And who’s bringing you all this tantalizing tech gossip? None other than Adrian, a mobile tech enthusiast who’s been in the game since the Nokia 3310 was the coolest kid on the block. Now at PhoneArena, Adrian’s seen it all, from the rise of smartphones to the latest in wearable tech. Balancing parenthood and a passion for tech, he’s your go-to guy for insights into the ever-evolving world of gadgets. Plus, his love for mid-range smartphones means he’s got the inside scoop without breaking the bank.

Derrick Flynn
Derrick Flynn
With over four years of experience in tech journalism, Derrick has honed his skills and knowledge to become a vital part of the PhonesInsights team. His intuitive reviews and insightful commentary on the latest smartphones and wearable technology consistently provide our readers with valuable information.


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