At the upcoming Unpacked conference, although Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are the protagonists, Samsung will also upgrade wearable devices. It is reported that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Watch 4 series and Galaxy Buds 2 at this conference.
The biggest attraction of Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is that they will no longer use their own Tizen system, but will become the first smartwatches equipped with Google’s latest WearOS system, but its new skin is still close to the OneUI experience. This not only marks a new stage for Samsung’s smartwatch, but also a new stage for Wear OS itself.
Galaxy Watch 4 will be available in two sizes. According to sources from MySmartPrice, the 40mm model will cost 350 euros, or about $415, while the larger 44mm model will start at 380 euros, or about $450.
Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is said to have two sizes, both of which are larger than its non-Classic counterparts. 42mm is priced at 470 Euros (560 US dollars), while 46mm retails for 500 Euros (600 US dollars). There is actually a rumored 44mm variant, but the website has no information about its price.
If the rumors are correct which are also covered by other magazines including Techradar, Galaxy Buds 2 will also be launched on August 11. The rumored price of this next-generation headset is 180 Euros, which is roughly equivalent to $215. Of course, these prices are still unofficial and will vary from region to region, but they give rough figures for these prices.
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