Samsung launching the Galaxy Watch FE this month

Samsung is expanding its Galaxy FE lineup, known for bringing flagship features to budget-friendly devices, with the introduction of a new smartwatch. The Galaxy Watch FE boasts the sensor technology, performance, and health and fitness features found in Samsung’s mainline Galaxy Watch devices, all packaged in a fresh design. However, there are some compromises.

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Unlike the Watch 6 Classic, the Galaxy Watch FE lacks a physical rotating bezel and is available in only one size: 40mm. It comes in three colours: black, pink gold, and silver, with new one-click watch bands featuring blue and orange stitching. The watch is equipped with sapphire crystal glass, which Samsung claims will enhance scratch resistance in daily use.

The Galaxy Watch FE offers an array of health and fitness features, including the ability to track over 100 workouts. It features an advanced running analysis tool designed to provide insights and guidance to help prevent injuries, as well as a personalized heart rate zone tool that helps users set goals based on their physical abilities.

Additionally, the Watch FE includes electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring, which can detect irregular heart rhythms and signs of atrial fibrillation. It also offers sleep tracking, body composition analysis, and motivational messages to support your wellness journey.

Other features include Find My Phone and Samsung Wallet. The Camera Controller tool allows users to remotely control the camera of their compatible Samsung smartphones.

The Bluetooth version of the Galaxy Watch FE will be priced at $200 and will be available in the US on June 24. The $250 LTE variant will be released in October.