SamMobile’s recent report claims that the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic will have an all-new Exynos W920 chipset for portable devices offering better raw performance and power efficiency. And now, the same source says that Samsung’s new watches will also offer double storage.
Given that the Galaxy Watch3 series had 8 GB of internal storage, the Watch4 is expected to come with 16 GB and the reason for the change is the move to Google’s Wear OS. This opens the Google Play Store for portable apps, so users will probably have to store more apps in addition to their recorded audio tracks, for example.
When Samsung announced the new One UI software based on Wear OS, the spokesperson described a feature where all the apps on your smartphone would also appear on your Galaxy Watch4, provided they have Wear OS versions. So upgrading storage is more than welcome.