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Samsung Smartwatches Price List

Samsung Smartwatches Price List (2021)

Samsung Smartwatches Price ListPrice
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 (44mm) ₹ 26,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic (46mm) ₹ 34,750
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic (42mm) ₹ 31,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 (40mm) ₹ 23,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 4G (45mm) ₹ 15,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (41mm) ₹ 28,990
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 4G (44mm) ₹ 13,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active ₹ 23,999
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4G (46mm) ₹ 19,990
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 (44mm) ₹ 14,990

Best Samsung watch 2021: our top smartwatch choices before buying


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By James Peckham

The choice of best Samsung watches

Included in this guide:

If you're wondering what the best Samsung watch for you is, the answer is actually very simple. It's the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. The watch builds upon its predecessor's achievements by adding a sleeker design and providing new features such as fall detection. It's easily taken our top spot here but there are other great Samsung watches out there too. 

That's because Samsung is one of the very best smartwatch makers on the planet so it's hardly surprising to see so many good options here. The company competes admirably against the likes of the Apple Watch 6, Garmin Fenix 6 and Fitbit Sense.  While the Apple Watch Series 7 might be out soon, we're expecting the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 to remain pretty popular among those looking for something a little different. 

The company has been in the smartwatch game since 2013 when it introduced the square-faced and (by today's standard) woefully lacking Samsung Galaxy Gear, Samsung has gone from strength to strength ever since. We've seen various iterations of its wristwear over those last six years, and the company has since come into its own with its latest series of rebooted Galaxy wearables.

The majority of Samsung watches use the Tizen OS which works with both Android devices as well as iPhones, with the exception of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 which is Android-only. The watches also generally offer strong battery life alongside their plethora of top-end features.

Read on while we take a look at the very best Samsung watches out there right now. The list includes perennial favorites like the Samsung Galaxy Watch and the sportier Galaxy Watch Active 2, along with newer models. We took into account what you can do with each watch, its design, the price and much more when curating this ranking.

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Best Samsung watch 2021

1. Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

The pick of the bunch


Compatibility: Android

Display: 1.4-inch 450 x 450 Super AMOLED

Processor: Dual-core 1.18GHz Cortex-A55

Onboard storage: 16GB

Battery duration: Two days

Charging method: Qi wireless charging

IP rating: IP68

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS

Reasons to buy

+Smart design+Extensive fitness features

Reasons to avoid

-Only a virtual rotating bezel-Limited phone compatibility 

With a new operating system - One UI Watch 3 - the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 just got even better than the previous best, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. It may have limited support for non-Samsung smartphones and no support for iPhones but its extensive fitness features including heart rate tracking, blood oxygen monitoring, and body composition tools are sure to be useful for enthusiasts. 

Alongside that, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 looks great and offers speedy performance that should last a couple of days without an issue. There's no physical rotating bezel any more but its virtual one is a reasonable replacement. 

Expect reliable performance each step of the way and a watch that will look good whether you're at the gym, in a meeting, or on a date. 

Read the full Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 review

2. Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

Formerly our best smartwatch in the world right now


OS: Tizen OS

Compatibility: Android, iOS

Display: 1.2" or 1.4" 360 x 360 Super AMOLED

Processor: Dual-core 1.15GHz

Band sizes: 22mm or 20mm

Onboard storage: 8GB

Battery duration: 3 days on 45mm / less on 41mm

Charging method: Wireless

IP rating: IP68

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE (for extra)

Reasons to buy

+Great, premium design+Rotating bezel is useful

Reasons to avoid

-Battery could be better-High price

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 was a long time coming but worth the wait, as it betters its predecessor (the original Galaxy Watch) in a number of ways.

It’s a slimmer, lighter and all-round better-looking wearable, but while it looks classy enough for the fanciest of affairs, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is also an excellent workout companion, with numerous workout modes, many of which can trigger automatically, plus GPS, a heart rate monitor, VO2 Max readings, sleep and stress tracking, fall detection, and water resistance.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 even sports an electrocardiogram and blood pressure monitoring – though neither of these are active in most regions at launch.

The Watch 3 also has a bright, crisp, circular screen that’s easy to read in all lighting, and thanks to the wearable’s rotating bezel it’s also easy to navigate.

Despite all its good points the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 isn’t a perfect wearable – it’s expensive, and the battery life could be better. But it is a very good wearable, and a real rival to the Apple Watch.

Read the full Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review

3. Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2

What the original Galaxy Watch Active should have been


OS: Tizen OS

Compatibility: Android, iOS

Display: 1.2" 360 x 360 Super AMOLED

Processor: Dual-core 1.15GHz

Band sizes: 20mm

Onboard storage: 4GB

Battery duration: Around 2 days

Charging method: Wireless

IP rating: 50m

Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 buyer's guide: Everything you need to know

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Table of contents

It’s been a couple of years since Samsung released its first Galaxy Watch. In that time, the smartwatch landscape has drastically changed. Companies are adding ECGs and oxygen saturation sensors to their wearables, and features we once thought were a far-off future are now commonplace.

Alongside the Galaxy Note 20 lineup in August 2020, the company launched the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3. It’s lighter and much more powerful than the original and has additional health and safety features that will even give the Apple Watch more competition than before.

Editor’s note: We’ll regularly update this Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 guide with more tips, resources, and details, so stay tuned.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 at a glance

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

The latest and greatest smartwatch from Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the more versatile smartwatches you can buy. It's stylish, sporty, comes with plenty of smartwatch features, and has new health sensors that will make the watch better over time.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is Samsung’s flagship smartwatch for 2020 and the successor to 2017’s Galaxy Watch. While 2019’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 is geared toward, well, active people, the Galaxy Watch 3 is more suited for those who want a smartwatch first and a fitness companion second.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is for those who want:

  • a versatile smartwatch
  • an alternative to Apple Watch or Wear OS smartwatch
  • a smartwatch that doesn’t skimp on fitness or smart features
  • a wearable to work alongside your Galaxy smartphone

And it may not be a great pick if you need:

  • an inexpensive smartwatch
  • decent third-party app support
  • the most accurate fitness and health sensors
  • the latest and greatest from Samsung

Is the Galaxy Watch 3 worth buying?

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Yes, absolutely. If you’re looking for one of the best smartwatch you can buy that isn’t made by Apple, the Galaxy Watch 3 is up there. The newer Galaxy Watch 4 is better overall, of course, but it’s also more expensive.

It’s one of the most fully-featured smartwatches you can get. It has a breadth of fitness tracking features, a good health app, fantastic hardware, equally good software, and onboard music storage with support for popular music apps.

Wear OS is a popular choice for people looking for Android-compatible smartwatches, but Google’s lack of updates leaves us not wanting to recommend any Wear OS smartwatches — at least for the time being. Regardless, the Galaxy Watch 3 has most Wear OS watches beat in many ways, except for lacking third-party app selection.

It’s pricey, though. It started at $400 when launched, with top-end LTE models going up to $479. That’s a high price to pay for any smartwatch. However, its price has come down a bit because the watch has been available for about a year now. Also, while the Galaxy Watch 3 has many fitness features baked in, it doesn’t track all that accurately. Its GPS and heart rate sensors are still far behind what you’d find on a dedicated fitness watch.

Be sure to read our full Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 review for all the details.

What reviewers are saying about the Galaxy Watch 3

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

I’ve already let you know what I think about the Galaxy Watch 3. You should probably buy one, but only if you’re okay with spending hundreds of dollars on a wearable. Here’s what other reviewers around the web are saying about the Galaxy Watch 3.

  • The Verge’s Dan Seifert also praised the Galaxy Watch 3’s rotating bezel and crisp display, as well as its easy-to-use software interface. Overall, though, Seifert drove home the point that the Galaxy Watch 3 isn’t the biggest upgrade compared to previous Samsung watches. He noted that the app selection is still bad and that fitness features are hit or miss.
  • Engadget’s Cherlynn Low had good things to say about the Galaxy Watch 3, claiming that it’s the best non-Apple smartwatch. She said the watch is chunkier than the Active 2, which means it’ll be a bit more annoying to use while working out. She mentioned that fitness tracking has improved over previous watches. People on Android looking for non-niche devices like Garmin and Polar watches should probably check out the Galaxy Watch 3.
  • TechCrunch’s Brian Heater said “not many can compete” with the Galaxy Watch 3 when it comes to smartwatches on Android. He also called the rotating bezel satisfying, which many other reviewers seem to agree with. Again, Heater noted the lack of third-party apps in the app store, as well as the Galaxy Watch 3’s bulky design.

What people like you think of the Galaxy Watch 3

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

We like to hear from you, our readers, when big product launches roll around. It’s clear people are opinionated about Samsung’s Galaxy Watch devices, so we issued a few polls to see how hyped (or how un-hyped) you were before and after the launch of the new Samsung watch.

When the Galaxy Watch 3 was just a rumor, we asked you how hyped you were for the watch. Unsurprisingly, the vast majority of AA readers said they were hyped to see Samsung’s next smartwatch. Out of 1,405 total votes, 83.6% said they were excited for the watch, while just 16.44% said they weren’t.

When the Galaxy Watch 3 was just a rumor: Are you hyped for the Galaxy Watch 3?

Things got more interesting after the watch was announced. The $400 price tag was certainly one of the biggest talking points surrounding the Galaxy Watch 3’s unveiling, with many people saying the watch isn’t worth the premium price.

In reality, though, it seems like most people are pretty mixed on whether or not the Galaxy Watch 3 is a good deal. Check out the poll below; just about every option we posed received a nearly equal amount of votes. Many people think the Galaxy Watch 3 is worth the price tag, while others think it’s highway robbery.

Is the Galaxy Watch 3 a good deal?

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 hardware and design

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

The design hasn’t changed much from the original Galaxy Watch. There are still two sizes to choose from — 41mm and 45mm — and both come with nearly the same specs. The differences, as per usual, are found in the display and battery sizes.

Buy the 45mm Galaxy Watch 3 if you want a bigger smartwatch with a longer-lasting battery. This model has a 1.4-inch AMOLED display and a 340mAh battery, which Samsung says will get you about two days of use on a charge. The 41mm model is smaller and sleeker but has worse battery life. It comes with a 1.2-inch screen and a 247mAh battery, which Samsung says will get you about a day of use.

Both devices charge wirelessly and can be topped up by Samsung’s Wireless Powershare feature.

Samsung says the Galaxy Watch 3 is 14% thinner than the Galaxy Watch, 8% smaller overall, and 15% lighter. Not bad!

One popular feature that’s returning is the physical rotating bezel. Samsung had a hit on its hands (or wrists?) with the original Galaxy Watch’s bezel, which rotated for easier navigation through the software. The company removed it entirely from the Galaxy Watch Active, then added a pseudo-rotating bezel on the Active 2 that was “rotated” by touch.

Related:The best Samsung Galaxy Watch apps for your wearable

You can buy the 45mm Galaxy Watch 3 in Mystic Black and Mystic Silver colorways, and the 41mm Galaxy Watch 3 comes in Mystic Bronze and Mystic Silver. Samsung released a Galaxy Watch 3 variant made of titanium on October 2. It’s only available in the 45mm size, though.

You can get both sizes of the Galaxy Watch 3 with Bluetooth+Wi-Fi connectivity or LTE+Bluetooth+Wi-Fi.

Interestingly, Samsung is keeping these watches powered by its own Exynos 9110 SoC, which is the same processor that powered the first Galaxy Watch. It also upped the RAM from 768MB to 1GB and upping the storage from 4GB to 8GB.

Finally, they’re durable. All Galaxy Watch 3s are rated for MIL-STD-810G and IP68+5ATM.

In early February 2021, Samsung rolled out a useful update to Galaxy Watch 3 units that brought SmartThings Find support, a new Hand Wash app to time your handwashing, and more.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 vs. Galaxy Watch 4

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

The Galaxy Watch 4 series was announced in August. There are two models available this year — Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic — both of which run Wear OS instead of Tizen that’s found on the Galaxy Watch 3. That means users get access to a lot more apps, including those made by Google.

Read next:Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 vs Watch 4

The Galaxy Watch 4 series is better than its predecessor in many ways, as it offers better health-tracking abilities. It includes new sensors as well, including the BIA sensor that measures body composition. Samsung’s latest watch series also comes with improved hardware in the form of a faster chipset and a bigger battery. We also have to mention the launch price, which is cheaper compared to the one of the Galaxy Watch 3.

While the Galaxy Watch 4 offers more overall, it’s not the better choice for everyone. The biggest reason is that, unlike the Galaxy Watch 3, it doesn’t support iOS devices. To learn more about the differences between the two series, check out our comparison post at the link above.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 vs. Galaxy Watch: What’s new?

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Okay, so the Galaxy Watch 3 doesn’t look too different from the original Galaxy Watch. A lot of the big changes are found under the hood.

The Galaxy Watch 3 can track 40 activities, such as running, swimming, and more. It supports automatic activity tracking for seven of those activities, while 33 need to be started manually. During running activities, the watch can give you real-time running analysis and feedback, including asymmetry, contact time, flight time, regularity, vertical, and even how balanced you are while running.

Read more:The best running gear, running watches, and more

Of course, the new Samsung watch is also equipped with built-in GPS and an optical heart rate sensor. Samsung tells us these are the same sensors that appeared in the Galaxy Watch Active 2. Unfortunately, the new watch struggles with the same issues the Active 2 did.

Samsung included a pulse oximeter in the Galaxy Watch 3 for recording on-demand VO2 max estimates. You can also see a summary of your SpO2 data in the Samsung Health app.

Sleep tracking is getting a big boost, too. Samsung partnered with the National Sleep Foundation to bring better sleep tracking and analysis to its new watch. The Galaxy Watch 3 can measure sleep cycles (light, deep, REM) and your total time awake. It’ll also calculate a sleep quality score based on your sleep stages and movements, available in the Samsung Health app.

Eric Zeman / Android Authority

If you’re wearing your watch to bed for sleep tracking, people who own the 45mm model with the bigger battery might be better off — sleep tracking does use up some juice! If you have the 41mm model and wear it all day, you may need to top it up before going to bed. Otherwise, you might run the risk of it dying in your sleep.

The pulse oximeter is only able to be used for on-demand readings and general health purposes. It won’t record during sleep tracking, so the Galaxy Watch 3 will not detect signs of sleep apnea like competing products from Fitbit and Withings.

The Galaxy Watch 3 is getting another nice safety feature: trip detection. If the watch’s accelerometer senses that you’ve fallen, you have the option to send a custom SMS to up to four predefined contacts. This will be very helpful for runners who are out on their own or for older users who live alone.

Samsung is also touting the Galaxy Watch 3’s built-in ECG and blood pressure monitoring. On September 23, 2021, Samsung announced that it enabled ECG functionality on the Galaxy Watch 3 and Active 2 smartwatches. You can read more about that here. The company then rolled the feature out to 31 additional countries in late January 2021.

If you happen to own a Samsung TV, the Galaxy Watch 3 will actually be a pretty decent workout companion for staying active at home. You can select a workout on your Galaxy Watch 3 and follow along with a Samsung-made workout video on your television. Samsung says users can select from up to 120 different workout videos.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 specs

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3
45mm: 1.4-inch AMOLED
41mm: 1.2-inch AMOLED

Corning Gorilla Glass DX
Dimensions and weight
45mm: 45 x 46.2 x 11.1mm
53.8g (stainless steel), 43g (titanium)

41mm: 41 x 42.5 x 11.3mm
Colors and materials
45mm: Mystic Black (stainless steel or titanium), Mystic Silver (stainless steel)

41mm: Mystic Bronze (stainless steel), Mystic Silver (stainless steel)
45mm: 340mAh
41mm: 247mAh

WPC-based wireless charging
Samsung Exynos 9110
Dual-core, 1.15GHz
LTE (available in select models)
Bluetooth 5.0
Wi-Fi b/g/n
Optical heart rate sensor
Ambient light sensor
5ATM + IP68
Tizen OS 5.5
Android: Android 5.0 or higher & RAM 1.5GB or above
iOS: iPhone 5 and above, iOS 9.0 or above

What about the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2?

Samsung confirmed that its Active line of smartwatches wouldn’t be going away anytime soon. That means the Galaxy Watch 3 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 will be sold on official retail channels at the same time. Also, we will likely eventually see a Galaxy Watch Active 3.

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is still a solid sports smartwatch. It’s thinner and more workout-friendly than the Galaxy Watch 3. It only has a touch-enabled rotating bezel, though, instead of the much-preferred physical bezel on the Galaxy Watch 3.

If you find yourself using your wearable for tracking workouts, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to consider the Galaxy Watch Active 2 if you can find it at a discount. However, the Galaxy Watch 3 does offer a solid suite of workout features.

Where does Samsung and Google’s Wear OS partnership leave the Galaxy Watch 3?

Luka Mlinar / Android Authority

In May 2021, Samsung announced that it would partner up with Google to develop Wear OS. Three key focuses were outlined: battery life, performance, and the improvement of the app ecosystem. As expected, the Galaxy Watch 4 series runs Wear OS instead of Tizen. But where does this leave the Galaxy Watch 3?

There are no clear plans on Samsung’s part to upgrade its current Tizen OS watches to Wear OS. This means the Galaxy Watch 3 and Samsung’s legacy watches will continue running Tizen, at least for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, perhaps give the Galaxy Watch 3 a miss if you’re concerned about its long-term support.

See also: What you need to know about Wear OS

What are some good Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 alternatives?

Fossil Gen 5

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 seems pretty great, but it will not be the watch for everyone. Here are a few of our recommended Galaxy Watch 3 alternatives:

  • Apple Watch Series 6: This one’s a no-brainer if you have an iPhone. For iOS users, the Apple Watch is hard to beat. It trounces the Galaxy Watch 3 with third-party app support and rivals it in terms of fitness and smart features. It’s a seriously great wearable. If you’re on Android, though, the Galaxy Watch is your best bet. Keep in  mind  that Apple’s Watch Series 7 has already been announced, but it’s not available to purchase yet.
  • Mobvoi TicWatch Pro 3: The TicWatch Pro 3 is our pick for the best Wear OS watch you can buy, thanks to its long-lasting battery life and smooth performance.
  • Fossil Gen 5 or Skagen Falster 3: The Fossil Gen 5 and Skagen Falster 3 are two solid Wear OS devices. They’re not the best smartwatches ever — they can thank Wear OS for that — but we still really enjoyed reviewing these devices. They also seem to be on sale every other week. The Fossil Gen 6 is also already available, but it is more expensive, obvisoly.
  • Garmin Venu 2: If you want a smartwatch that prioritizes accurate fitness and health stats, the Garmin Venu 2 is a good option. It’s one of our favorite fitness watches of all time, thanks to its long feature set and relatively affordable price. It’s not as “smart” as the Galaxy Watch, but it’s likely the better fitness wearable.
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2: Duh! If you’re not into the Galaxy Watch 3’s high price tag or its kinda chunky design, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 gets you most of the same features in a slimmer, cheaper package.

These smartwatches are on sale quite often. Be sure to check our best smartwatch deals hub for discounts on today’s popular wearables.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 accessories

So, you’re looking to buy a Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, but you’d like to customize it with some accessories. Luckily, there are lots of first- and third-party accessories to choose from.

Samsung sells leather, metal, and silicone watch straps on its website. Many of the first-party options on are listed for older Galaxy Watch devices, but they should work with your new Galaxy Watch 3.

Not interested in spending the extra dough on a first-party strap? The Galaxy Watch 3 is compatible with most standard watch straps you can buy today. Just make sure you buy the right size. The 41mm Galaxy Watch 3 is compatible with 20mm straps, while the 45mm Galaxy Watch 3 is compatible with 22mm straps. Check out the links below to see popular options on Amazon.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 pricing and availability

Want to get your wrists on one? The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is available from Samsung, Best Buy, and Amazon. Here’s how much each variant costs (excluding sale prices):

  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (41mm, Wi-Fi): $399.99 | £399.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (41mm, LTE): $449.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (45mm, Wi-Fi): $429.99 | £419.99
  • Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 (45mm, LTE): $479.99

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

The latest and greatest smartwatch from Samsung

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the more versatile smartwatches you can buy. It's stylish, sporty, comes with plenty of smartwatch features, and has new health sensors that will make the watch better over time.

In India, the Galaxy Watch 3 41mm is priced at Rs 29,990 (~$400) and Rs 34,490 (~$460) for the Bluetooth and 4G variants respectively. The Galaxy Watch 3 45mm Bluetooth and 4G variants are priced at Rs 32,990 (~$440) and Rs 38,990 (~$520).

Keep in mind that these are launch prices. Since the watch has been on the market for about a year now, you can get your hand on it for less.

The Galaxy Watch 3 is a pricey smartwatch, but Samsung really did add everything but the kitchen sink to this watch. You can get more specialized watches for certain fitness activities or buy Wear OS if you want better app support on your smartwatch. But all in all, the Galaxy Watch 3 is one of the more compelling options if you’re a Samsung fan and don’t want a Wear OS-based watch.

Top Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 questions and answers

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

Q: What happened to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 2?

A: Good question. Samsung likely chose to go with “Galaxy Watch 3” to keep it more in line with its other Active line of smartwatches. Launching a “Galaxy Watch 2” after the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been out for so long might confuse some people.

Q: Does the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 have MST?

A: Unfortunately, no. Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Watch 3 does not support MST technology with Samsung Pay — only NFC. It’s a bummer, and we hope Samsung brings back this wonderful feature in a future smartwatch.

Q: What watch straps work with the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3?

A: The 41mm Galaxy Watch 3 is compatible with traditional 20mm straps, while the 45mm variant works with 22mm straps.

Q: Does the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 work with iPhones?

A: Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 works with iPhones. As always, the experience will be much better with a Samsung phone, but you can access most of the watch’s features with an iPhone.

Q: What networks are compatible with the Galaxy Watch 3’s LTE variants?

A: The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 supports several LTE bands used by T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, and AT&T in the US. Visit this page for a full list of networks supported in other global regions.

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Final Verdict

Samsung’s latest smartwatch, the Galaxy Watch3 (view at Amazon), is our top pick because it’s stylish, comfortable to wear, and ups the ante with its excellent feature list. Plus, it comes in a few different styles and sizes, so there’s room to personalize the watch just for you. It tracks fitness and health stats, displays notifications and messages, and even includes mobile payment options so you can pay quickly using your watch.

If you’re interested in something a little more sporty, then check out the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 (view at Amazon). It’s more fitness-oriented and designed for those who live an active, workout-leaden lifestyle.

About Our Trusted Experts

Briley Kenney lives in the always-exciting state of Florida where he works as a freelance copywriter and technology enthusiast. He’s been around computers and electronics his entire life, which has earned him plenty of experience and knowledge in the field. His areas of expertise include consumer electronics, such as smartwatches.

Yoona Wagener is a technology and commerce writer. She has tested a variety of peripherals, laptops, headphones, and wearables for Lifewire, including several of the Samsung smartwatches on this list.

Andrew Hayward is a Chicago-based tech reviewer who's previously been published on TechRadar, Stuff, Polygon, and Macworld. He's covered a number of our top smartwatches and wearables, including the Samsung Galaxy Watch which he praised for its rotating bezel and easy navigation.


  • The most recent smartwatch Samsun released is the Galaxy Watch3, in various styles. Another recent watch from Samsung is the Galaxy Watch Active2, which is an update on the original Watch Active model.

  • It depends on the model in question, but yes, you can answer calls on most of Samsung’s smartwatches and smart devices. It should be noted that you cannot actually take the call on all of the watches. Once you accept the call you may be directed to your connected phone where you must continue the conversation.

    The Samsung Galaxy Gear S2 can take calls directly on the watch, as is true of most LTE and mobile-ready watches. In fact, smartwatches that have an active mobile connection don’t need to be synced to a smartphone to use the network features. They can directly receive calls, messages, and alerts.

  • Some Samsung smartwatches will continue working without a phone connected, but it depends on the wireless connectivity. 3G and 4G-ready watches use a mobile network connection, just like a phone, and have a SIM card.

    If your watch has a SIM card and connects to mobile networks then yes, you can use the device without a phone, which means you can leave your phone at home. Some things you can do on a Samsung smartwatch with 4G access include streaming music, taking calls, and receiving and responding to messages.

What to Look For in Samsung Smartwatches


Almost all smartwatches, from Samsung’s Galaxy Watch3 line to the Apple Watch, come in different sizes. For example, the Galaxy Watch3 can be ordered in 41-millimeter or 45-millimeter sizes. This doesn’t just affect the size of the wrist band, but also the device in question, namely the display. Generally, a bigger-sized watch is more expensive and it comes with additional considerations such as a longer-lasting battery, larger display, and sometimes more powerful internal hardware.


Like most modern devices, there are different types of connectivity or wireless connections available for smartwatches and fitness bands. The most common include 4G LTE (mobile networks), Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. A 4G-ready smartwatch will always include Wi-Fi and Bluetooth along with it. However, a Wi-Fi-only device will not include mobile connectivity support for 3G and 4G networks—it may still include Bluetooth. While this can seem confusing, all smartwatch manufacturers will clearly list connectivity for their product(s). Choose the wireless medium that works best for you.

Some devices may also include GPS, which means the smartwatch has GPS-tracking support built-in and does not need a phone to track location. Also, be on the lookout for 5G smartwatches, as those are surely on the horizon.

"Fitness trackers don’t directly measure how many calories you burnthey estimate it. Most trackers do this by putting together clues like your heart rate and the intensity of your movement patterns to estimate how much energy you’re expending at any given time." — Caroline Kryder, Science Communications Lead at Oura

Battery Life

Today’s smartwatches can last from half a day to a full day or more. Many factors influence battery life, such as the software, internal hardware, display size, and the size of the battery. When choosing a smartwatch, consider how long you want the device to last, at the very least. If you need it to last for several days, for instance, you will be limiting your options. So, you may be better off looking for a less powerful device, like a fitness tracker, instead of a full-size smartwatch.


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