Galaxy Watch 6 Series

Are you a fan of the Samsung Galaxy series? If so, you have probably heard about the latest smartwatches from Samsung - the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. These newest additions to the Galaxy Watch line come in a variety of sizes and colors, with updated features that you'll just love.

The first thing you'll notice about these smartwatches is their size and colors. The Galaxy Watch 6 comes in 40mm and 44mm sizes, with the Classic being slightly larger at 43mm and 47mm. The regular Galaxy Watch 6 is available in classic colors of black, silver and gold, while the Classic comes in silver and black. The bezels of the regular Galaxy Watch 6 are 30 percent slimmer than their predecessor and the display is larger. On the Classic, the rotating bezel itself is 15 percent thinner, giving the watch a sleeker look.

The internal hardware of the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic hasn't changed much from their predecessor. However, the watches now have slightly larger batteries and a new Exynos W930 chipset. The 3-in-1 Biosensor that enables heart rate, EKGs, and body composition analysis remains unchanged. New on the Watch 6 is the temperature sensor, with temperature data providing advanced cycle tracking.

Samsung emphasized sleep tracking and sleep coaching in the Galaxy Watch6 series. The brand has developed a range of customized features aimed at improving sleep hygiene.

Wear OS 4 runs on the Watch 6 series, with Samsung's One UI 5 Watch as the main user interface. Sports profile has been updated on the watch series with the addition of a Track Run feature, providing more accurate GPS data when at a standard 400m track.

The battery capacities of the Galaxy Watch 6 and the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic have received a slight bump. The smaller models now pack a 300mAh battery, while the larger models come with a 425mAh battery. This means you can wear your watch without the need for constant charging.

As with most things, pricing is always a factor to consider. The base Galaxy Watch6 starts at AED 1299, while the Watch6 Classic starts at AED 1699 for the 43mm version.

The new Galaxy Watch6 Classic Astro Edition is a perfect showcase of the latest technology and design of Samsung. This watch features moon phase tracking, allowing you to see the movement of the moon and change of the month directly from your wrist. Also, the solar tracker complication mirrors the sun's movement, allowing you to track its journey from sunrise to sunset. The Astro inspired rotating bezel, larger display, and 15% thinner bezel create an aesthetically perfect display-to-bezel ratio. With the Sapphire Crystal glass display, you can ensure that the watch is resilient against daily wear and tear. The Galaxy Watch6 Classic Astro Edition has a more extensive range of bands and straps, from rugged to classy and everything in-between. You can easily switch between different straps with a simple button click. The band release button allows you to change your workout to go-out styles in seconds. The Galaxy Watch6 Classic Astro Edition comes in an exclusive packaging that includes the watch, free fabric strap, and Astro edition collectibles. When you buy this watch, you will also receive exclusive access to the promotion store, where you will find even more exciting accessories and features that will elevate your watch experience.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic are great additions to Samsung's smartwatch lineup. From hardware to software updates, the devices have got it all. Both watches look great and provide excellent features such as advanced cycle tracking, sleep tracking, and monitoring, heart rate, and EKG. The Galaxy Watch6 Classic Astro Edition is the perfect watch for anyone who loves adventure and style. The watch's innovative features, such as the moon phase tracking and solar tracker, coupled with its excellent design, make it a must-have for outdoor enthusiasts and busy professionals.  If you're an avid Samsung fan, you'll undoubtedly appreciate these latest smartwatches.

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