Last month Samsung launched its new premium wearable smartwatch, Samsung Galaxy Watch with its flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9. The watch was launched primarily in few markets before launching worldwide. Now the Galaxy Watch is ready to enter the United Kingdom market costing for £279 and £299 for 42mm model and 46mm model respectively. In the UK, EE network is offering the Bluetooth models of Galaxy Watch with interest free installments option by paying £4 in advance for 42mm and £13 for 46mm model respectively.
This offer by EE network is available for both the size variants of Bluetooth only model of Galaxy Watch. In this offer customers have to pay the advance amounts of £4 for 42mm model and remaining amount in 11 installments of £25 for 46mm model £13 in advance and 11 installments of £26. The EE network said that LTE version of this watch will be available exclusively for its customers later this year while the Bluetooth only model is available now.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch is the latest smartwatch which has advanced features and built with latest Tizen 4.0 Operating System. The watch has 1.2 inches and 1.3 inches display respectively for 42mm and 46mm model and protected with Corning Gorilla glass DX+. Samsung claims that both the models will have effective battery life of 120 hours and 168 hours for 42mm and 46mm models with their batteries 270mAh and 472mAh respectively. Both the LTE and Bluetooth models have 4GB of internal storage capacity while they differ in RAM because LTE model has 1.5GB RAM and Bluetooth model have 768MB RAM.
The Galaxy Watch has the updated and more advanced health and fitness tracking system. It has various tracking features, sleep tracking and exercise tracking. It has equipped to monitor your sleep and detect your stress level by measuring your heart rate level. The Galaxy Watch has different 39 workouts, Samsung Health & Samsung Pay features. The Samsung Galaxy Watch is available in may countries. In UK customers can buy it from EE telecom operator and soon it will come to other operators.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.