What do you get when you pick up the new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 and Galaxy Watch6? Find out in the video below.
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We also get to check out the new iteration of Samsung’s Galaxy Watch. The Galaxy Watch6 looks similar to its predecessor but with some notable improvements. (There’s also a Classic version, but we’re focusing on the standard model here.)
The most obvious difference is the display size. The Galaxy Watch6 has thinner bezels, which allow for 0.1-inch larger screens in the same case size (for both the 40mm and 44mm).
Another enhancement is the strap mechanism. Samsung has designed new straps with a quick-release button that are much easier to use than the old pins. These straps are compatible with older Galaxy Watches so you can get them for your existing watch.
The Galaxy Watch6 also has a brighter and sharper display, thanks to the increased resolution and brightness. This new Galaxy Watch can reach up to 2,000 nits, which makes it excellent for outdoor use. It is also durable, using a sapphire crystal for its screen protection.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch6 gets a battery life and performance boost, too. It runs on the new Exynos W930 chip, 2GB of RAM, and larger batteries that can last up to two days on a single charge.
It runs on Wear OS 4.0 and One UI Watch 5, with Samsung promising updates for four years. Theoretically, that means your Galaxy Watch6 will get software support until 2028.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch6 retails for USD 299.99 for the 40mm model and USD 329.99 for the 44mm variant.
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