August 6, 2021
|Model Name||Price in Nepal||Additional benefits|
|Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Series||Rs. Rs. 39,400 (Expected)|
Display:1.19-inches, 396 x 396 pixels | 1.36-inches, 450 x 450 pixels
Display Type:Super AMOLED, Corning Gorilla Glass DX, Always-on Display
Body:Stainless steel (Classic) / Aluminum frame, 5ATM certification, MIL-STD-810G compliant, Physical rotating bezel (Classic)
Software:One UI Watch
Sensors:ECG, Blood pressure monitoring, Heart rate, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Barometer
Memory:1.5GB RAM, 16GB storage
Connectivity:Bluetooth 5.0, WiFi b/g/n, NFC, GPS/Glonass/Beidou/Galileo, 4G LTE (optinal)
Battery:247mAh | 361mAh
On the Unpacked Event scheduled for August 11, Samsung is launching a couple of new smartwatches. However, specs have leaked online about the upcoming Watch 4 series. Here, we will be looking at what we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic.
Samsung is changing the labeling convention of the Galaxy Watch lineup. The previous Active, sporty model, will be named the vanilla Glass Watch. On the other hand, the one which has iconic rotating bezel will be named Watch Classic.
Moving on, both Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and Glass Watch 4 flaunts in two display sizes – 1.19-inch and 1.36-inch. Although they have the same sizes, because of their rotating bezel the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be bigger.
Similarly, the regular model will come with an aluminum case whereas Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will have a stainless steel body.
The Galaxy Watch 4 series flaunts AMOLED panels with a 5 ATM rating for water protection, Gorilla Glass DX, and military certification for durability.
Inside, Powering the Galaxy Watch 4 series will be a new Exynos W920 chipset which will replace the Exynos 9110 chipset that has been used by Samsung since 2018. Previous reports claimed that the new SoC will offer 8.8x better graphics performance and a 1.2x faster CPU.
The new chip will be coupled with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. It’s an upgrade from 1GB RAM and 8GB storage on its prior models.
As for the software, over its Tizen OS, Samsung has chosen “Wear“-based Samsung One UI Watch. The new software has a new look, Google Play integration, and promises finer synchronization with Galaxy phones.
The Galaxy Watch 4 Series will also support different health and fitness tracking features like heart rate monitoring, electrocardiogram, blood oxygen monitoring, sleep tracking, and more.
The watch will have over 40 different sports modes and will be able to self-detect many of them. Another leaked feature is the body composition analysis in 15 sec.
Fueling the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic is a 247mAh battery for 1.19-inch. On the other hand, there is a bigger battery of 361mAh in the 1.36-inch model.
As for connectivity, the Galaxy Watch 4 series will support dual-band Wi-Fi, in-built GPS, Bluetooth 5.0, and NFC for Google Pay and Samsung Pay. For each watch, there will also be a 4G LTE model.
On August 11, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be priced at EUR 379 for 42mm and EUR 409 for 46mm variants.
Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will be EUR 279 for the 40mm and EUR 309 for 44mm variants, respectively.
|Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Series||Display Sizes||Price in Europe(Expected)||Price in Nepal(Expected)|
|Galaxy Watch 4||40mm (1.19-inch)||EUR 279||Rs. 39,400|
|44mm (1.36-inch)||EUR 309||Rs. 43,800|
|Galaxy Watch 4 Classic||42mm (1.19-inch)||EUR 379||Rs.53,700|
|46mm (1.36-inch)||EUR 409||Rs.57,900|
The 5ATM rating shows the watch is immersion proof for up to fifty meters of depth. When you put the two together, the Samsung Galaxy Watch can be submerged in 50 meters of water for up to thirty minutes.
Galaxy Watch 42mm is the best choice based on compatibility. The 42mm Galaxy Watch does everything the 46mm does, except it does it for a shorter time between charges. It’ll fit men’s and women’s wrists, and comes in both black and rose gold for more style options. It’s the best all-around choice.