Samsung Galaxy Watch 5 Pro Review Highlights
The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro can be big for small wrist sizes. The build quality of the watch is strong but there could be some improvements. There are digital bezels on the dial.
The bundled strap lacks breathability, due to which our wrists got uncomfortably damp with sweat. These can be switched with any 20mm straps available in market
The 1.4-inch circular AMOLED display is bright, vivid, and can be viewed easily under harsh sunlight. However, we noticed a significant input delay. We can say it's one of the best displays on an Android smartwatch.
Thanks to WearOS, we are not just limited to downloading apps from Galaxy Store only. The step counting is accurate. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to measure body temperature.
Galaxy Watch 5 Pro's heart rate sensor is accurate however SpO2 tracker takes a lot of time to record blood oxygen and shows inaccurate results. The sleep coaching is useful.
The watch lasts for a day and a half without always on display turned on. If AOD is turned on, then it’s easy to kill it within a day. It takes a long two and a half hours for a full charge.
The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is still the best Android smartwatch. It's durable, premium, and excellent. However, cons such as 1 day battery life, slow charging, and sluggish display feedback can't be ignored.