Do Samsung Galaxy Watches Work With Non-Samsung Phones?

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August 18, 2022

Few smartwatches match the quality of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch lineup. But if you don’t own a Samsung smartphone, is a Galaxy Watch actually worth using? Well, it depends on which of its features you plan to use.

To learn all about the Galaxy Watch’s limitations and Samsung-exclusive features, check our top story.

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