Smartwatches are useful for a lot of things, from tracking your activity and sleep to getting notification alerts and – of course – checking the time. One thing they’re not so useful for is web browsing, and yet you can now do exactly that on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
Samsung has made its Samsung Internet browser available for its Wear OS smartwatches (meaning the Galaxy Watch 4 range), so you can browse from your wrist on a tiny screen.
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