This comparison of the Oraimo Watch Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 matches the two most popular smart watches on the market. With both of these smart watches on the market, you may be confused which to choose.
The Oraimo Watch Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 are two of the top smart watches on the market right now in Nigeria.
But which device was better: Oraimo’s or Samsung’s? This comparison of the Oraimo Watch Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 looks at how the two smart watches match up.
Price and Availability
The Oraimo Watch Pro is priced at N22,500 and can be found on the Oraimo e-store as well as popular online markets such as jumia. The Galaxy Watch 4 is significantly more expensive, costing $349.99 for the Classic Bluetooth variant and $399.99 for the LTE option. Both variants are presently available for purchase on Jumia and Konga, among other online stores.
The Oraimo Watch Pro boasts a 9.95mm slim body with an IP68 rating, indicating that it is dust, dirt, and sand resistant, as well as water resistant. The screen has a resolution of 240*280 pixels, and the Bluetooth version is V5.0, allowing for seamless pairing with your phone. The 1.69″ IPS screen has a touch panel for easy control and brilliant colors and expanding vistas.
The Oraimo Watch Pro’s curved glass allows for bezel-less vision, and the irregular diamond-pattern strap is two-toned for a more luxurious appearance. The Oraimo Watch Pro is available in five colors: blue, silver, rose gold, champagne gold and black. The smart watch is also comfortable to wear thanks to its smooth and skin-friendly TPU strap.
Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 is available in a variety of hues, including Black, Pink Gold, Silver, and Green. Accelerometer, gyro, heart rate, and barometer are among the sensors. It has speech recognition commands and dictation built in.
The resolution of the device is 450 x 450 pixels. Corning Gorilla Glass DX+ protects the screen, which also features an Always-on display. The wristwatch boasts 1.5 GB of RAM and 16 GB of storage, which is excellent for a wearable device.
The Exynos W920 processor powers the smart watch, which runs on Android Wear OS With One UI Watch 3. The smart watch features an eSIM, MIL-STD-810G compliance, and 50m water resistance (IP68).
The Galaxy Watch 4 is pricey, so it comes with a lot of features like body composition analysis, sleep tracking and oxygen measurements, heart rate, Google Assistant integration, gesture control and face customization, and 80+ fitness mode. Surprisingly, the less expensive Oraimo Watch Pro includes the same features and even more.
This feature is only available after changing the gender to female, enabling notifications, and synchronizing to your watch using the Joywear 2 APP.
With mixed use, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 has a battery life of roughly 40 hours. The battery life of the Oraimo Watch Pro is longer. It uses Power-Saving technology and can last up to 15 days on a single charge.
In terms of design, the two smart watches are inseparable. The Oraimo Watch Pro wins in terms of price because it is reasonably priced. In terms of features, both devices are tied. Oraimo gets the nod for battery life. Overall, the Oraimo is a better buy than the overpriced Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.