Samsung Galaxy Watch6 Prices are Reasonable

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The success that Samsung had with its Galaxy Watch 5 series of smartwatches back in August 2022 when the products were launched and afterward, made it possible for a successor series to enter the development phase. We’re obviously talking about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic, two smartwatches that should launch at some point in August 2023.

GSMArena has spotted on a French website the prices for both the upcoming smartwatches built by Samsung. Although we can’t say the prices are too high, we also have to admit that they’re pretty decent for high-end smartwatches.

The prices of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 start at 319 euros

If you want to get your hands on the standard Galaxy Watch 6, you need to know that the price will start from 319 euros for the 40mm version that appears in Creamm and Graaphhite and with Bluetooth only. If, instead, you wish to opt for the 44mm version of the smartwatch that appears in Graphite and Silver, you’ll need to pull a bit more money out of your pocket: €349.99 for the Bluetooth-only version and €399.99 for the 4G variant.

The Galaxy Watch6 Classic will be available in two sizes and a palette of sleek Black and Silver. You can choose to embrace the immersive experience with the 43mm variant, which is priced at €419.99 for Bluetooth-only connectivity or €469.99 for the better 4G model.
For those who want a bolder statement, the 47mm Watch6 Classic awaits, radiating elegance in Black and Silver at a price of €449.99 for Bluetooth or €499.99 if you aim for the possibilities of 4G.

Those willing to find out all the details about the upcoming Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic will only have to wait about a month. In late July, Samsung will unveil both the new smartwatches at the next Unpacked event of the major tech giant.

Cristian Antonescu
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