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Leak reveals Galaxy Watch 4, Watch 4 Classic and Galaxy Buds 2 price


Last updated: July 2nd, 2021 at 13:18 UTC+01:00

Several leaks have already revealed most of the products that Samsung will unveil at its next Unpacked event. What’s left now is the information about their pricing and availability. Today’s leak attempts to bring some clarity to the matter.

Samsung has a handful of new products to launch in the coming month. It’s expected to conduct an Unpacked event in August to unveil new smartphones, smartwatches and a pair of new truly wireless earbuds.

Expected prices of Samsung’s new devices

Per today’s leak, the Galaxy Watch 4 price range will be between 350 – 370 euro ($410 – 435) for the 40mm and 380 – 400 euro ($450 – 475) for the 44mm variant. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic that was revealed in fresh renders this week will start at 470 – 500 euro ($550 – 590) for the 42mm and 500 – 530 euro ($590 – 625) for the 46mm variant.

Color options for the Galaxy Watch 4 include black, silver, gold and green. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be offered in black and silver colors. Some reports also suggest that Samsung may offer a 44mm Galaxy Watch 4 Classic as well.

The Galaxy Buds 2 are Samsung’s latest truly wireless earbuds. It’s the successor to the Galaxy Buds+. The price tag for this Samsung device is expected to range between 180 – 200 euro ($210 – 235). Pricing will vary by market.

Keep in mind that none of this has been officially confirmed by Samsung as yet. At best, these may be educated guesses made in line with what Samsung has previously charged for similar products.

Samsung is yet to confirm its Unpacked event for next month. There is some evidence to believe that the event may take place on August 11. The highlight of its next Unpacked will obviously be the new Galaxy Z Fold 3 and the Galaxy Z Flip 3.

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