The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 is the latest smartwatch from Samsung, and it's packed with new features and improvements. Both sizes have a Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 360 x 360 pixels.
The Galaxy Watch 6 is powered by the new Exynos W930 chipset, which offers a significant performance boost over the previous generation. The watch also has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage.
In terms of health features, the Galaxy Watch 6 has a number of new additions, including an ECG sensor, a blood oxygen sensor, and a body composition sensor. The watch also has a new sleep tracking feature that provides more detailed insights into your sleep patterns. Health Features Including
Advanced Sleep Coaching, ECG / Irregular Heart Rhythm Notification, Personalized Heart Rate Zones, BIA (Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis), Skin Temperature / Cycle Tracking and Blood Oxygen
The Galaxy Watch 6 runs on Google's Wear OS 4 operating system, which means you can access a wide range of apps and services on the watch. The watch is also compatible with Samsung's One UI Watch software, which offers a number of customization options.
The Galaxy Watch 6 is available for purchase now, and prices start at 299.99 for the 40mm and 329.99 for the 44mm and for the Watch 6 Classic with its rotating bezel 399.99 for the 43mm and 429.99 for the 47mm before trade in
Colors for the Watch 6 are Gold, Silver and Graphite and for the Classis are Black and Silver
The 6 classic LTE looks sharp but I did return if tor the battery life and kept my pro. Classic with data and wifi (auto) was getting 30 hours, the pro sees nearly double that. My next biggest reason for returning was the fact the activity still cannot accurately track my laps in the pool. I was really hoping Samsung would fix this, but they haven't so I am off to better, more epic things.
I'm going to agree with everything everyone has written about not being able to leave ANY reviews. No matter how much I edit the review I get a "fail" response.
If you guys want to play the dance of "we want your honest feedback" while purposely putting up a site that doesn't allow any reviews so you can load it up with shills (or AIs) who are writing sham reviews, that's up to you, maybe it makes you feel better, but honestly, what's the point?
We all know what's going on.
Also, I upgraded from the Galaxy Watch to the Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. This has been a nice jump/upgrade for me. It's a very nice Watch with a wonderful bunch of features.
Just a quick reivew on the 6 47mm Classic. Traded in the 5 Pro for the much missed rotating bezel. First thing I noticed was the increase and size and the screen was much better on the 6. AOD is turned off everything else I left alone for now. I just received it Wednesday and used it for two days. Had a couple of problems but similar problems also occurred on the Watch 4 and 5. First problem was downloading music to the watch from both YouTube and Amazon. WiFi was turned on and bluetooth was running. About 2 hours later no music was downloaded. What I had to do was turn off Bluetooth so the watch consistently used Wifi. I found that with Bluetooth on WiFi would just stop and both services download over WiFi only apparently (the 5 Pro was like this also). Second problem I had was I started an exercise just shut down after starting. I started the app to record a general weight lifting exercise and remember hearing the beeps on startup. 20 minutes later I check the watch and the app was not running so the time was not recorded. This also happened a few times on the 5 Pro, very infrequent. I did one 90 minute exercise yesterday using GPS and music, no phone with me. The battery was at 93% when I started and finished at 68%. 25% used for GPS and music. Most likely will be a daily charger for me, not a big deal. The size for me at 47mm is probably the biggest I would go for my wrist. The 6 Classic is not as thick as the 5 Pro so it is more comfortable to wear. Other than the smaller battery I really like the changes Samsung did this year.