Apple Watch Series 4 shows a new concept based on Kuo’s new forecasts including a larger display and new sensors without sacrificing the small size.
In another article, we talked about the new predictions estimated by the well – known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo about the devices that Apple will present next September in addition to the three iPhone models. Today let’s talk about Apple Watch with these Concept made by @Geskin , showing what is the characteristic most anticipated on the new version, which is the display that will mount an OLED panel larger than 15% through the use of rounded corners in iPhone X style and the considerable reduction of surrounding borders.
The size of the smart-watch will remain exactly the same, so we will see again the already patented versions of 38 and 42 mm in a whole new look, going from the current 1.31 “and 1.54” to the respective 1.57 “and 1, 78”.
The new displays will allow a better user experience thanks to new gestures, an improved Force Touch and the possibility to view a larger number of contents with higher dimensions. In addition, the new micro-LED technology could be used, which would make the component much thinner and lighter, improving resolution, color, and contrast at the same time as well as burden less battery and performance.
According to Kuo, the display will not be the only novelty introduced by the next generation of Apple Watch, the analyst provides an update on the system that allows you to monitor the heartbeat that, unlike the models that we have seen so far, can do it continuously thanks the use of new photosensitive diodes and enhanced green LEDs that will alternatively emit infrared light depending on the activity carried out.
In addition to the energy savings introduced by the new components and a new side button with haptic feedback that will save more space, Apple Watch series 4 will have a larger battery but also a new sensor that can instantly monitor the electrical activity of the heart placing two fingers on the opposite sides of the device in order to highlight any irregularities in the beat.