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Get out of Tyson? The next Samsung Galaxy Watch will run on Android

Get out of Tyson? The next Samsung Galaxy Watch will run on Android

New rumors point to a future Samsung-linked watch that will shift to Android, which set aside the previously used Tyson on the Galaxy Watch.

Although Samsung’s flagship smartphones run Android, the Korean company uses its own Tyson operating system for its connected watches, thus mastering the latter’s ecosystem more firmly.

New leaks suggest that Samsung is preparing to release two new Galaxy watches in 2021 bearing the specifications of the SM-R86x and SM-R87x, which will be the success of the SM-R8xx models Galaxy Watch3. These two specifications are probably two variants of the new product available in two different sizes, which distinguishes the last character Bluetooth and 4G models.

Another release cycle

Unusually for Samsung to release a new smartwatch as soon as a model is released, the company wants to discard it in one version. Active. However, there are many reports that the Galaxy Watch 2021 Vintage will break this cycle by offering an operating system based on Android.

Wear OS or Android?

Rumors do not say that the root OS, but Android, leads to believe that Samsung has created a custom variant of the OS for its connected watches. It would be strange for the Korean manufacturer to return to the root OS, knowing that its watches powered by Tyson are generally more popular than those running on Google PC. On the other hand, Tyson’s security and a list of dials are below the root OS offers, which explains the change Samsung wants.

This information is in the rumors stage and no release date is planned at this time. This announcement may take place at the same time as the future Galaxy Z Fold3, Is expected this summer.

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As a reminder, Samsung had already sold a watch under Android root to launch Google OS La Galaxy Ware.