Deal: Samsung Galaxy Watch gets new price cuts (LTE and Bluetooth models)
Officially launched in August last year, the Samsung Galaxy Watch is currently the most expensive smartwatch in Samsung's portfolio. However, on several recent occasions, Samsung discounted the device, and the company is doing it again now - at least in the US. For a limited time (until September 2), Samsung is taking up to $50 off the Galaxy Watch, thus selling it starting at under $280.
You can save $50 on a Samsung Galaxy Watch only when you buy a Bluetooth model. More exactly, the Galaxy Watch Bluetooth 42mm currently costs $279.99 instead of $329.99, while the larger Galaxy Watch Bluetooth 46mm is sold for $299.99 instead of $349.99. If you're in need of a Galaxy Watch with LTE connectivity, you can save $30 on both available models. The Galaxy Watch LTE 42mm can be yours for $349.99 instead of $379.99, while the Galaxy Watch LTE 46mm is priced at 369.99 instead of 399.99.
As you may know, the Galaxy Watch was expected to get a successor a few weeks ago. And while Samsung did unveil a new smartwatch earlier this month, it was the Galaxy Watch Active 2, not the Galaxy Watch 2. Nevertheless, we assume that the Galaxy Watch 2 is coming soon, although there is no word on when Samsung is planning to launch it. Meanwhile, if you want to know what the original Galaxy Watch can do, you should read our review of it here.