I am a bit scared of what is happening with my new Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
I have noticed a big red circle the size of the back of the watch on my wrist where the watch touch the skin.
I have tried to understand what's wrong, and I believe it is the heart rate sensor that is somehow like burning my skin. If I leave heart rate on continuosly I feel like small electric charges on my skin as well. This is getting worst everyday to the point where I needed to switch the sensor off.
Is anyone having this issue too?
I never really had problems with watches or jewelry before, I am not allergic to metals or plastics i know this for sure so I am a bit baffled?
Can someone help please? What should I do? is it possibile that my watch has a defect?
I don't think this is normal isn't it?
This is absurd, I don't need to see a doctor, there's nothing wrong with me, the red circle doesn't come by itself exactly where the watch is. The electric shock i feel when heart rate is on doesn't come by itself, it's clearly the watch.
There is something wrong with this watch, and as it wasn't free but I paid good money for it, it's absurd I find myself with a device that is hurting me.
@Adelio85 @Faodave: I'm sorry to hear that you have experienced this issue while wearing your Galaxy Watch 4. If you are based in the UK or Ireland, then please send a private message to Sam_UK by following the steps in the link below, and myself or one of the other mods will be able to get this escalated to the relevant department for you. If you are based outside the UK/Ireland, then please reach out to Samsung Support in your region for further assistance.