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All the Smartwatches of Samsung Wouldn’t Work With Galaxy S21

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Different smartwatches and activity bracelets from Samsung would stop working with the launch of the new phones of the South Korean firm in 2021. If you have a smartwatch or an activity bracelet from Samsung and you plan to buy a new mobile device from the South Korean firm in 2021, you must be aware of a problem.

And it is that according to advance from Galaxy Club , a good handful of Samsung smart watches and physical activity bracelets will not work either with the new Galaxy S21 series that will be launched in January , nor with other terminals that Samsung plans to launch from the next year.


Although it is only a rumor at the moment, it is likely that if you have any of these smart watches or activity bracelets from Samsung, they will stop working with your new mobile device from the South Korean firm, with which you would have to do a double investment: the new phone you want to buy in 2021 and a new smartwatch / activity bracelet.

Specifically, these would be the devices that supposedly will not work with the new Galaxy S21 and subsequent terminals of the South Korean firm:
Samsung Galaxy Gear
Samsung Galaxy Gear 2
Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Neo
Samsung Gear S
Samsung Gear Fit

It should be noted that as long as you continue with your current Samsung mobile phone, all these portable devices will continue to work without any problem . And is that while Samsung has provided good support for all devices in the past, it seems that it is time to renew.

If the information ends up being confirmed, which should be when it falls in view that the Galaxy S21 is very close to being announced, you should be aware that it is likely that your current Samsung smartwatch will stop working with the new terminal.

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Joana, one of the senior writers at Georgia Online, has been taking care of all the national coverage. He loves to write about the latest technology, and before joining Georgia Online, Joana was a part of the editorial board of a local magazine. joana@georgiaonline.ge
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