Apple Watch Series 8 features the consistent design of all the Apple Watch, including a large, Always-On Retina display and a strong crack-resistant front crystal. Provided with an18-hour battery life, Apple Watch Series 8 has one of the best in-class health and safety features. Meanwhile, Samsung Galaxy watch 5 is powered by a dual-core processor paired with 1.5GB RAM. The device has an internal storage of 16GB and run Google Wear OS co-created by Samsung.
Noteworthy features of the Apple Watch include, ECG app and fall detection by introducing temperature-sensing capabilities, retrospective ovulation estimates, Crash Detection, and international roaming. This watch is all set with the best of Apple Watch experience, including Activity tracking, high and low heart rate notifications, and Emergency SOS, as well as the new Crash Detection feature. It has a newly and completely redesigned back case that perfectly matches the three classic case finishes. It is originally powered by watchOS 9, Utilizing the new temperature-sensing capabilities in Apple Watch Series 8, users can also set the watch to receive retrospective ovulation estimates.Compared to that,Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 is equipped with Samsung’s unique BioActive sensor. First introduced on the Galaxy Watch4 series, the BioActive Sensor uses a single unique chip that combines three health sensors — Optical Heart Rate, Electrical Heart Signal and Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis — to deliver heart rate, blood oxygen level and stress level readings.
The Apple Watch Series 8 include the hues if starlight, midnight, silver, and red, while the stainless steel case offers silver, graphite, and gold. With Apple Watch Studio, Apple Watch Series 8 is free to be paired with any available band belonging to the same collection. Apart from this, Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 comes in two screen sizes- 40mm and 44mm. The former model is offered in Graphite, Sapphire and Silver colour options, while the later comes in Graphite, Pink Gold and Silver with a Bora Purpl