There's a lot you didn't cover in this article. I happen to have both watches so I can really compare them. I suppose it's kind of pointless since iPhone users use one and Samsung users use the other. The Galaxy Watch 4 is finally a much better watch than previous versions. One thing they still need to work on however is the transition from wifi to cellular data. The Apple watch seems to do this seamlessly with very little effort while the Galaxy watch takes a good 30 seconds or so to do the job. You might not notice this except the watch always tells you when you're disconnected so your attention is always brought to it. You could turn on "always connected" but then the battery life would really take a hit. This is just one important difference. It would be nice to see a much more detailed analysis.