Apple Watch Series 8 vs Samsung Watch 5: Which One to Buy

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Last month, Samsung released their Galaxy Watch 5, but how does it compare with Apple latest Watch Series 8?

Every Year Apple invariably brings about startling stuff; Is the latest one is ample to be dreamed for.

The Apple Watch is now official, featuring health and fitness features alongside modern watch faces.

Nevertheless, this time, Samsung has dispatched competitive stuff.

Consequently, is it Apple Watch Series 8 which would entice patrons, or does Samsung Galaxy Watch5 hold the potential?

Both can be paired with their respective phones: Apple with an iPhone and Watch 5 with Android handsets.

Apple Watch has been accessible since 16 September, in 41 mm and 45 mm sizes, and two case metals: aluminum and stainless steel.

Prices commence at $399/£419 for a 41mm aluminum with GPS and surge to $749/£779 for a 45mm stainless steel version in gold.

However, prices vary and rely on the strap combo.

The Galaxy Watch is accessible to pay for right now, both in 40mm and 44mm sizes.

Costs start from $280/£269 for the 40mm Wi-Fi model, and the 44mm Watch5 with 4G connectivity surges to $360/£339.

Assorted shades: pink gold, graphite, and silver for the 40mm and sapphire, graphite, and silver for the 44mm watch.

Apple Watch Series 8 Display:

The screen size of the Apple Watch Series 8 is 1.7in, 430×352 OLED/1.9in, 484×396 OLED.

Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Display:

The screen size of the Samsung Galaxy Watch5 is 1.2in, 396×396 OLED/1.4in, 450×450 AMOLED.

The battery capacity of the Apple Watch Series 8 is 282mAh (41mm)/ 308mAh (45mm) While Galaxy Watch5 is 284mAh (40mm)/ 410mAh (44mm).

Apple Series 8 has a storage capacity of 32GB with an operating system of WatchOS, while Samsung Watch 5 has a storage of 16 GB with WearOS.

Keeping prices into consideration, Samsung Galaxy Watch5 in either size is reasonable, and it also gives better value as a smartwatch.