Samsung Galaxy Watch (2018, SM-R810)

alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 65 recensioni su Samsung Galaxy Watch (2018, SM-R810). La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 4.3/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 4.1/5 per altri prodotti. Gli clienti sono impressionati da performance e dimensione. In aggiunta, usabilità e durata batteria sono inoltre apprezzati ma la portabilità e il software hanno recensioni negative.

design, durata batteria, usabilità, dimensione, performance

software, portabilità

Abbiamo analizzato differenti valutazioni di esperti ed clienti, età del prodotto ed altri elementi. A confronto con altri prodotti, Samsung Galaxy Watch (2018, SM-R810) ha ottenuto un alaScore™ complessivo di 90/100 = qualità Eccellente.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch review: Safe but satisfying


Despite the change in branding, Samsung's latest smartwatch doesn't stray too far from the company's existing Gear formula. Great screen? Check. A rotating bezel to navigate through menus and Tizen apps? You bet. Workout tracking? You get where we're...

Handsome water-resistant design Great battery life Excellent OLED screen Mostly accurate sleep tracking

Bixby is a lousy assistant ; Workout tracking can be finicky ; S Health companion app needs work

Chris is Engadget's senior mobile editor and moonlights as a professional moment ruiner. His early years were spent taking apart Sega consoles and writing awful fan fiction. That passion for electronics and words would eventually lead him to covering...


Recensione esperto da : Julian Chokkattu (

Samsung Galaxy Watch hands-on review


Four to six day battery life ; Good design ; Comfortable to wear ; Good performance ; Beautiful screen

42mm model has much smaller battery

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 review


Brilliant features – but that one-day battery life is back


Recensione esperto da : Angela Moscaritolo (

Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Review


Competitive price ; Sleek design ; Bright, durable display ; Good app selection ; Slight battery life improvement over previous generation ; Digital bezel for quick scrolling

Temperature data unavailable at launch ; Lacks outdoor-specific features of Pro model ; Questionable SpO2 measurements ; No heart rate variability or respiration data

Samsung's Galaxy Watch 5 improves on a winning formula with a more durable design and longer battery life than its predecessors, making it the best Android-compatible smartwatch on the market,


Recensione esperto da : Spencer Hart (

Samsung Galaxy Watch review: the best smartwatch for Android users?


The updates to the Gear Sport are incremental, but it's still the best smartwatch for Android users

Battery life ; Software ; Rotating bezel ; Screen

Feels like a piece of technology ; Bixby is useless ; Charge time ; No killer reason to buy ; 3rd party app support


Recensione esperto da : Matt Swider (

Samsung Galaxy Watch review


A bold new name with a few new features

Impressive four-day battery life ; Great core smartwatch software ; Rotating bezel cycles through UI ; Looks like a real wrist watch

Proprietary wireless charger ; Bixby proven to be terrible again ; No Google Maps, WhatsApp, FB Messenger

The Galaxy Watch is Samsung's most refined smartwatch due to its helpful fitness tracking and four-day battery life – if you opt for the larger 46mm size that we liked and recommend. All of this is packaged inside a sophisticated-looking circular...


Recensione esperto da : David Carnoy (

Samsung Galaxy Watch review: A worthy Apple Watch alternative


While Samsung's Galaxy Watch may not be a huge leap over its Gear predecessors, it's a great-looking smartwatch with enhanced features and a better user experience.

Samsung's Galaxy Watch has an arguably superior design to Apple's Watch Series 4. Battery life is good, it's fully waterproof and you can get hundreds of watch faces for it. Samsung has improved its software and enhanced its fitness tracking. Spotify...

The Bixby voice-assistant could be better. Samsung has quashed some bugs but not all. To achieve Samsung's battery life numbers, you have to institute battery-saving measures.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch is a great looking smartwatch that beats the Apple Watch on battery life and its wide variety of custom watch faces.


Recensione esperto da : Victoria Song, Ajay Kumar (

Samsung Galaxy Watch


The attractive Samsung Galaxy Watch has better battery life and is easier to use than most smartwatches, but its fitness tracking features aren't up to par.

Lasts up to five days on a single charge. Crisp AMOLED screen. Rotating bezel. Accurate heart rate monitor. Resistant to dust and water.

Expensive. 46mm version is chunky. Fitness tracking accuracy not up to par in testing.

Bottom Line: The attractive Samsung Galaxy Watch has better battery life and is easier to use than most smartwatches, but its fitness tracking features aren't up to par.


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Samsung Galaxy Watch review: iteration over innovation


The Galaxy Watch is a great smartwatch, but are wearables worth it?

Crisp, vibrant OLED display ; Battery lasts at least two days ; Activity tracking is kind of useful

BIxby / S Voice is terrible ; Not comfortable to wear to sleep

The Samsung Galaxy Watch is the latest wearable by the South Korean tech giant. It’s a breath of fresh air for Android phone owners who haven’t had access to a capable alternative to the Apple Watch Series 3. But even as the Galaxy Watch ups the ante...


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Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 review: Marking time


Samsung has updated its Galaxy Watch, bringing more features and a longer battery life. But does it do enough to impress in this growing marketplace?

Great display ; Sapphire crystal protection ; Loads of functions ; Plenty of customisation options ; Decent battery

Design is a little safe ; Overshadowed by the Watch 5 Pro ; Doesn't work with iPhone

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 makes a couple of tweaks to the design of the Watch 4 to give better protection, while offering a bigger battery and a couple of new features. It delivers a comprehensive offering and remains one of the top choices of...