Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Series, Galaxy Buds 2 Pre-Orders Starts From August 30: All You Need to Know

Pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 and Galaxy Flip 3 began on August 24, but the wearables are yet to come.


Samsung has announced the pre-order dates for its upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 smartwatch and the Galaxy Buds 2 in India. The company will start taking pre-booking orders for the Galaxy Watch 4 series and Galaxy Buds 2 from August 30 onwards. The devices are priced at Rs. 23,999 and Rs. 11,999, respectively. Of course, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will also be available for pre-booking. The company had announced these devices alongside its new foldable phones — the Samsung Galaxy Fold 3 and Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 — earlier this month. Pre-orders for those devices began from August 24 onwards.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 specs and pricing

The Galaxy Watch 4 series have a round design and sport higher resolution displays than before. They also have the Wear OS 3 platform, which is an amalgamation of Samsung’s Tizen and Google’s Wear OS platform. The operating system is exclusive to Samsung’s smartwatches for the time being, but will be coming to other smartwatches too, soon.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic

Other than the OS, the two smartwatches also have sensors for tracking body composition, sleep patterns, blood oxygen levels and pulse monitoring of its users. The prices of the devices are in the table below.

Variant Dial Connectivity Price (INR) Colours Available
Watch4 40 MM BT 23999 Pink Gold ,Black & Silver
40 MM LTE 28999
44 MM BT 26999 Black, Green & Silver
44 MM LTE 31999
Watch4 Classic 42 MM BT 31999 Black & Silver
42 MM LTE 36999
46 MM BT 34999
46 MM LTE 39999


Samsung Galaxy Buds 2 specs and pricing

As mentioned before, the Galaxy Buds 2 are priced at Rs. 11,999 in India. That puts them in competition with devices like the Pixel Buds A series, which was launched here last week.

Unlike the Pixel Buds A though, the Galaxy Buds 2 have active noise cancellation (ANC), which means they use specific circuitry to cut out ambient noise. This is usually better than passive noise cancellation, though we can’t be sure till we actually review the device.

Samsung claims that the Galaxy Buds 2 are the smallest and lightest earbuds from the company yet.