Samsung is gearing up for an eventful second half of 2021. The company is expected to launch multiple new products, including smartwatches and wireless earbuds. In case you have not been following, the Galaxy Watch 4 series is rumoured to debut in August. On the other hand, Samsung is also likely to launch the Galaxy Buds2 later this year. If reports are to be believed, the South Korean tech giant will debut the truly wireless earbuds (TWS) in August 2021. While we wait for the official confirmation, MySmartPrice brings to you the leaked details around the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 series pricing and colour options. We have also got some exclusive details on the Galaxy Buds2 price ahead of the official launch.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Classic price
Our industry sources stated that Samsung will debut the standard Galaxy Watch 4 in two sizes – 40mm and 44mm. The 40mm variant will launch between EUR 350-370 (roughly Rs 31,000- Rs 32,750). The 44mm variant, on the other hand, will launch between EUR 380-400 (roughly Rs 33,600- Rs 35,400). The smartwatch will launch in Black, Silver, Green, and Gold colourways.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic 42mm price will be set between EUR 470-500 (roughly Rs 41,600- Rs 44,250). The 46mm variant will launch between EUR 500-530 (roughly Rs 44,250- Rs 46,900). This smartwatch will launch in Black and Silver colour options. There are rumours of a 44mm Classic variant launching alongside as well, pricing details of which are unknown at the moment. It is also rumoured to launch in a Grey colour option as well.
Samsung Galaxy Buds2 price
Our industry sources also tell us that the Buds2 will launch in four colours – Black, White, Violet, and Green. The official price tag will sit between EUR 180 and EUR 200 (roughly Rs 15,900 – Rs 17,700). It was previously reported that the Buds2 price at launch will be set between $149 to $169 (roughly between Rs 11,000 and Rs 13,000).
A 91Mobiles report claims that the earbuds have a uniform glossy texture. Each earbud features two microphones for improved noise reduction. The TWS is said to miss out on ANC. Each earbud will pack a 60mAh battery, whereas the charging case will have a 500 mAh battery.
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