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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Vs Apple Watch Series 6: Which Is Best?

Samsung’s top-end smartwatch goes up against Apple's best device The war between the tech brands is at its most fierce when the two big boys, Apple and Samsung, are battling it out for your cash. And right now, it’s the watches we're most interested in. Both the Apple Watch Series 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 are arguably the two best smartwatches available right now. They both have health tracking, helpful smart features, and thousands of apps to keep you connected – they can do everything except rewind to a time before coronavirus. But which is right for you? Read on to find out which we think is best. Apple Watch Series 6 vs Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 key specs Screen size: 1.2 inch  Works with: iPhone and Android Strap material: Leather or metal chain Storage space: 8GB GPS: Yes Number of exercises tracked: 40 Contactless payments: Samsung Pay Voice assistant: Yes, Bixby Battery life: 43 hours Colours: Black, white, bronze Apple Watch Series 6

'Apple Watch Series 6' may introduce blood oxygen detection, better ECG

New health-focused features and a new sensor suite may come to Apple Watch this fall, including blood oxygen detection and an improved ECG. While the technology for blood oxygen detection has existed in the Apple Watch since the first version, it has never been used. However, a new report claims that the " Apple Watch Series 6 " in the fall may have the ability. If a person's blood oxygen falls below healthy levels, which is usually around 95% to 100% saturation, it can lead to heart health issues or even cardiac arrest. It is suggested that once implemented, users will be able to get push notifications for low blood oxygen. According to 9to5Mac, this technology could come in the future, and along with it an upgraded ECG. The Apple Watch Series 4 and newer can conduct an Electrocardiogram via the Digital Crown. There is a limitation, however, because it will return inconclusive results if the heart rate is too high. An improved system would allow ECGs to be pe

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