Samsung has just announced its new and refreshed wearable called the Galaxy Watch.
This all-new wearable was announced at a major Unpacked event with the smartwatch arriving in both 46millimetre and 42millimetre case options.
The Korean technology firm says that the Galaxy Watch will feature a rotating bezel and a signature Always On Display.
The product will also include built-in network support which means users will be able to make calls without needing their phone with them.
However, the Bluetooth version of the Galaxy Watch will arrive before the 4G capable version.
The Galaxy Watch with network support will arrive later this year, according to the company and EE will be the first UK network to support the Samsung wearable.
Like most new wearables, Samsung is keen to point out the health benefits of the Galaxy Watch which will monitor levels of stress in users and will issue alerts when users should take time to breathe.
In addition, a new advanced sleep tracker monitors all levels of sleep, including REM cycles, to help users adjust sleeping habits and get the rest they need to take on their day.
And the Galaxy Watch adds 21 new indoor exercises for users to take advantage of.
In total the wearable will track 39 workouts – it will allow users to customise their routines in addition to changing them.
Galaxy Watch can be customised with a slew of additional straps and Samsung has announced Braloba will make straps for the new wearable.
Bixby will play a vital role on the Galaxy Watch.
Samsung was keen to detail the role of the virtual assistant during the Unpacked presentation.
During the keynote the watch was featured displaying the new functionality of Bixby.
Samsung showed off new Bixby functionality that allows the user to request a cab with voice commands only.
The tech giant is also harnessing Google Maps for new assistant functionality.
Bixby will also help users monitor their meals to ensure they maintain a healthy diet.
Bixby Vision can be harnessed on a Galaxy phone allowing people to take pictures of their meal and input nutrition information.
Galaxy Watch will last “several days” on a single charge, according to the South Korean tech giant.
DJ Koh, the President and CEO of IT and Mobile Communications Division for Samsung Electronics, insisted the smartwatch was designed for people of “all lifestyles”.
He said: “At Samsung, we have a long history of providing consumers with choice, while maintaining innovation within our products, and we are excited to continue the proud heritage of our Galaxy line with our wearables.
“The new Galaxy Watch was designed for all lifestyles to help meet consumer needs, such as more efficient battery life to stay connected longer, and better wellness tracking to help users maintain their goals – we are delivering them with connected experiences, all at the touch of a wrist.”
Pricing and availability of the new product has not yet been announced.