Samsung Officially Announces the Galaxy Watch FE


Following weeks and months of leaks on the internet, Samsung has finally decided to unveil the Samsung Galaxy Watch FE, its first-ever budget wearable under its FE line of devices. Priced starting at 200 bucks for the base model (and $250 for the LTE variant), the device comes with some nifty features at a more wallet-friendly price.

In terms of design, the Galaxy Watch FE looks a lot like the base model Galaxy Watch 4, as Samsung has decided to stick to a design that’s familiar (if it ain’t broke, as they say). It’s available in black, pink gold and silver, with an aluminum case that wraps around a 1.2-inch Super AMOLED touch display. As with most Wear OS devices, it also comes with 5ATM + IP68 certification for added water resistance.

As for internals, the device comes with Samsung’s own Exynos W920 chip, alongside 1.5GB RAM and 16GB of storage for apps. For software, the watch launches with One UI 5 Watch with access to a suite of Samsung-exclusive software alongside staples from Google. There’s also a 247 mAh battery, which should be able to power the device for a days’ worth of use.

The Galaxy Watch FE also has a wealth of sensors onboard, which include a Samsung BioActive Sensor (Optical Heart Rate + Electrical Heart + Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis), Accelerometer, Barometer, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, and a Light Sensor. It arrives later this June, with the LTE version scheduled for an autumn release.

Source: Samsung

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