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Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 44mm Smartwatch
with HR Zones, Sleep Coaching, Heart Monitor – Graphite

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6

1 Fitness Tracking 2 Personalized HR Zones

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6

Galaxy Watch6


Product information

Product Dimensions 1.5 x 2.5 x 11 inches

Item Weight 1.17 ounces

ASIN B0C797946T

Item model number SM-R940NZKAXAA

Batteries 1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Best Sellers Rank #943 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #20 in Smartwatches

OS Android

Wireless communication technologies Bluetooth

Connectivity technologies Bluetooth, Wi-Fi

GPS True

Special features Skin Friendly, Body Fat, Breathable

Other display features Wireless

Human Interface Input Touchscreen

Color Graphite

Whats in the box Watch Strap, Galaxy Watch Charger, Watch Body

Manufacturer SAMSUNG

Language English

Date First Available July 26, 2023

Weight 33.3 Grams

Standing screen display size 44 Millimeters

Memory Storage Capacity 16000 MB


Model Name Galaxy Watch 6

Style Bluetooth

Color Graphite

Screen Size 44 Millimeters

Special Feature Skin Friendly, Body Fat, Breathable

Shape Round

Target Audience Unisex adult

Age Range (Description) Adult

Compatible Devices Smartphone

KEEP YOUR GOALS ON TRACK: Workout to your full potential with fitness tracking* on Galaxy Watch6; Get insights on duration, distance, calories burned and more; Watch recognizes activities from running to swimming and tracks over 90 other exercises

FIND YOUR ZONE: Zone in on the results you want with personalized heart rate zones**; Watch scans your health data to provide HR zones tailored just for you; Target your preferred intensity to maintain the heart rate needed to achieve your goals

SLEEP COACH ON YOUR WRIST: Get the insights to develop better sleep habits with Advanced Sleep Coaching*; Use Watch to plan your bedtime, detect snoring*** and understand and track your sleep stages (awake, light, deep, REM)

ALWAYS-ON HEART MONITORING****: Your Watch continually scans your heart rate to inform you when it’s detected an irregular rhythm that might be A-fib — a heart-related abnormality that can lead to serious complications

KNOW YOUR BODY INSIDE & OUT: Stay in the know about your body with the advanced BIA sensor*****; Use your Watch to get readings on body fat, skeletal muscle, body water, Body Mass Index (BMI) and more*

KEEP CONNECTED ON THE GO: Your Watch syncs with your other Galaxy devices seamlessly so you can play your favorite music, control your smartphone camera, make calls, text and do more from anywhere******

OUR LARGEST WATCH DISPLAY YET: See even more on our largest display yet******* and quickly navigate apps thanks to an improved interface; Plus, durable crystal glass keeps screen looking great and protected from bumps and scratches

MAKE MOVES IN STYLE: Match any mood or style with a wide variety of bands — now even easier to swap with one simple click********; Then accent your look with an assortment of new and enhanced Watch faces

*Requires smartphone with Android 8.0 or later, 1.5GB or more RAM and Samsung Health app version 6.22 or later. **Available only for running workouts. Requires initial set up of 10 minutes of outside running with GPS on; smartphone with Android 8.0 or later, 1.5GB or more RAM and Samsung Health app version 6.22 or later. ***Phone must be within 2 feet of user with snore detection enabled through Samsung Health app version 6.22 or later. ****Requires Samsung Galaxy Smartphone with Android 7.0 or later, and Samsung Health Monitor app (available only at the Samsung Galaxy app store).

The ECG Monitor App intended for adults 22 years and older analyzes pulse rate data to identify episodes of irregular heart rhythms suggestive of AFib and provides a notification suggesting the user record an ECG to analyze the heart rhythm.

The IHRN feature is not intended to provide a notification on every episode of irregular rhythm suggestive of AFib and the absence of a notification is not intended to indicate no disease process is present; rather the feature is intended to opportunistically acquire pulse rate data when the user is still and analyze the data when determined sufficient toward surfacing a notification.

The ECG Monitor App is not intended to replace traditional methods of diagnosis or treatment. The ECG app is not intended for users with known arrhythmias other than AFib or users under 22 years old. Users should not interpret or take clinical action based on the device output without consultation of a qualified healthcare professional.

*****The Samsung BIA is a body analyzer that uses bioelectrical impedance analysis (BIA) technology to track body composition based on weight, body fat, body mass index (BMI), skeletal muscle, body water, and basal metabolic rate (BMR) measurements. It is not intended to specifically diagnose or treat a medical condition. ******Compatibility for Galaxy wearable apps: Android 8.0 or later, 1.5GB of RAM. *******44mm Galaxy Watch6 model only. ********Select interchangeable watch bands sold separately.














Product Dimensions

1.5 x 2.5 x 11 inches

Item Weight

1.17 ounces



Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

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2,057 ratings

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4.5 out of 5 stars

Best Sellers Rank

#943 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #20 in Smartwatches



Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies

Bluetooth, Wi-Fi



Special features

Skin Friendly, Body Fat, Breathable

Other display features


Human Interface Input




Whats in the box

Watch Strap, Galaxy Watch Charger, Watch Body





Date First Available

July 26, 2023


33.3 Grams

Standing screen display size

44 Millimeters

Memory Storage Capacity

16000 MB



Model Name

Galaxy Watch 6



Screen Size

44 Millimeters

Special Feature

Skin Friendly, Body Fat, Breathable



Target Audience

Unisex adult

Age Range (Description)


Compatible Devices


59 reviews for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 44mm Smartwatch

  1. AliAli

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    My first high tech watch.

    This was the first watch I’ve bought. And I’m so impressed with it that I’m eventually going to buy some more for my family. I love the accurate step counter. And I can look to see if anyone has texted me without getting out my phone my job really frowns upon you if you pull out your phone this makes my shifts so much easier.

  2. Sonya

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Battery needs daily charging

    I like that this helps me keep track or my steps with out holding my phone, and tracks my sleep cycle. Some of the mode setting reset my phone settings, but I just had to fix the settings. I do wish I could have gotten the lte version, and I can not walk very far away from my phone before it disconnects. If I walk across my house it normally disconnects.

  3. Jon Julius

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect compliment to smart phone

    Within minutes of powering it on, it synced to my phone. Once you’ve run through the software download to your phone, it’s all about customization and making the watch your own. I was texting, setting up the health stuff, and using the watch as a speaker for my phone quickly. Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Time to check out custom faces and bands.

  4. Repairman Jack

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    The watch is much better than the Fitbit Sense and a lot more feature packed. It remains to be seen whether it’s worth the price, but so far I have been happy with it for the last couple months. I do wish battery life was better though. I have the screen dimmed to somewhere about 50 percent, limited notifications, and screen wake upon turning your wrist. I am getting just about 50 hours on the battery, where as the Fitbit was about 5 days.

  5. The Spike

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than Apple

    Long time Apple guy and recently made the switch! Will never go back. Battery on this beast is way better and last me about two full days while wearing in my sleep. Also has WAY more watch faces to choose from. Very comfy since it’s circular and not square. Love it

  6. ddmahan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great watch but buyer inconvenience if you need large watch band

    Love the watch but Amazon is putting customers in big inconvenience. Watch band size is not listed in website. Yes you can return but both customers and Amazon will no win. The returned watch will cost shipping and selling as reconditioned. You would have to order watch on Samsung website not Amazon if you need larger band.

  7. WB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Well worth the purchase .. and I’m not a watch guy!

    I finally decided to upgrade from my Galaxy Watch 3 to the Classic 6 and wow. Really happy with this watch and I’m not someone who typically wears one. Well …. now I wear one all the time. Low profile and looks good … definitely a good buy.

  8. Sinoun R.Sinoun R.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Galaxy watch 6 pro classic 47m

    I would have it 5 stars if the battery last a day or two. I work 12 hours shift. I listen to music 3 hours between breaks. In order me to be able to listen to my music while I’m at work, I have to charge my watch between breaks, even if I put my watch to airplane mode and adjust brightness down. The good thing is, I can make phone call at anytime and from anywhere without having to have myvphone with me since this is a LTE Galaxy Smart watch 6 pro classic.

  9. Ace

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    I like it.

    It’s a great fit for my thin wrist without being too small. Battery life is a little short, but Mayne all of them are. 1.5 days and I have to recharge it. It charges quick though. Lots of features and sensors. It’s a great personal companion to keep you on the move.

  10. josigi

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Helps track my heart

    I can tell if my heart is in afib with this smart watch. It also tracks my sleep patterns. I have only had it 2 weeks and glad I purchased it. The app let me change the watch face and has several different faces to choose from.

  11. Ronald Barris

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Using with Pixel 7 pro, like it a lot

    My first smart watch. Well, second, if you count the google pixel 2 hot garbage I kept for about 3 hours. In comparison this Galaxy 6 Classic is pure joy. The camel pleather band with the green face is really sharp looking. The D clasp is also a big step up. The watch face is highly customizable and the band is a breeze to put on or take off. It shares a problem with the pixel in that there’s a few different apps it requires downloading along with the main one. I’d prefer an all-in-one experience. The ECG function apparently only works if you pair it with a samsung phone. That’s annoying but it’s also a function I don’t happen to need. The rotating bezel that allows one to quickly flip through all the functions and settings is fantastic. It picks up exercise even if you forget to set it for a workout session. The battery time has been great although I’m not putting much stress on it because it’s more of a infrequently utilized side piece rather than a full-time partner – for example I’m not giving it voice commands, I’m not using it to control music, I’m not sending texts or email from it. Also I don’t sleep with it so I can’t tell you about its sleep monitoring skills.

    4 people found this helpful

  12. Rodrigo

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Like it but didn’t work in mexico

    I needed for my grandma to be monitoring her heart but whenever she got in Mexico it stop working and there was a message saying that the use of this product is not available in some countries, please visit… etc, it’s been a while since I start the devolution of the product and I haven’t got the money back.

  13. Michael Roach

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love is so far!

    I thought I would need another band to go with it so bought a couple of options but the stock band is great for active wear or everyday. other comments have said about the battery but I’ve had no issue it will go all day and then some. If you try to wear it for multiple days with all the alerts on and everything a smart watch is made for then yes the battery will be gone by middle to end of day two. If you put it just watch mode it would easily last a week+. Nothing negative to say swapped for a special charger smart watch to Samsung and love just being able to set it on the charger and go.

  14. AMiller

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Galaxy watch 6

    Great watch, easy to use and I am impressed with the functionality and battery life. This replaced my Galaxy 4 and with this watch I have no connection issues at all. Much lighter than previous watch.

  15. Jason

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful watch

    The watch was amazing except for the battery. I was upgrading from a Fenix 2. I know, totally different classes. The screen is so vibrant that the different watch faces pop. The connectivity with calls were clear and voice to text always accurate. I had to return because I was spoiled by the battery life of the Fenix series. If Samsung could extend the battery to 5 days!. I was getting just over 2 days. If you’re used to charging every 2 days then you will love it.

    One person found this helpful

  16. HighMileageFeets

    3.0 out of 5 stars


    Another overpriced gadget. It is kinda neat to use to monitor heart and saturation info. The ecg is pretty much for show, it only reads one lead, and so as indicated can’t be used to gather any pertinent health info. The workout function is abysmal. It doesn’t detect my main thing-walking- very well at all. If you manually turn on walking workout it constantly says “workout paused” “work out resumed”. You can’t even lift your arm for half a second to scratch your nose or check your mileage without it pausing. (I guess I have a rare unusual talent that I can walk, chew gum and look at my watch at the same time.) The auto tracking is unreliable. My trusty old analog brunton pedometer ($24) accurately ticked off a half a mile compared the the bells and whistles galore g6 which said I walked 0.1 mile (because it kept pausing). Also you can’t manually input a workout on the app. The watch drove me insane during my walk with 10 bazillion “workout paused” notices (In the most annoying female voice I’ve ever heard) but conversely you can set it for swimming and lay it on the counter and it will cheerfully and silently track your nonexistant wrist during your nonexistant swim. The app is not terrible. The food journal is very cumbersome. Ok. For the record spaghetti squash and other fruits/veggies etc do not need to be branded! Presh Express and Trader Moes squash have the same calories! I’m not sorry I bought it- the bells and whistles are entertaining at least. But for serious walking/hiking the G6 getting turned off and my trusty no nonsense, no batteries, hassle free analog pedometer is going in it’s place.

  17. Cecilia Tabin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Me encatna

    Muy bueno funciona muy bien la pantalla con colores nitidos. Solo por dar un pero la bateria se agota bastante rapido. dura un dia y medio aproximadamente. Pero depende de la pantalla que uses y funciones.

  18. Kristen Blair

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Priced right

    After searching multiple sights this was the right price. My husband loved it as it is comparable with his phone. Holds a charge and easy to use.

  19. Howlette

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Good product

    This is a good product. The downside for me is you can’t switch between photo and video camera modes with it. It has to be done on the phone, and you have to have android 10 or higher. My girlfriend was forced to upgrade her phone to use the watch. The other dislike is it doesn’t come with a plug. The charger is a c-type, and that’s not a normal plug. An adapter would have been nice.

  20. DesireeDesiree

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s good!

    For years I’ve been using Samsung as a cell phone. For the past five I used Fitbit as a smartwatch and I liked it but, the last one I used didn’t work properly even with the guarantee the new one didn’t work well too. So, I decided to go for the Samsung watch and so far I love it. The only issue with it is the battery doesn’t last more the 12 to 14 hours. The Fitbit battery lasts days. But, in general, I loved it.

    3 people found this helpful

  21. Kelly Miller

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great smart watch!

    This is my favorite smart watch yet. It works well, has plenty of apps available, and you can have a phone conversation on your watch. (Great for days when you feel like a spy from 60s television!) Highly recommend.

  22. Sandra Leticia DorantesSandra Leticia Dorantes

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Short battery life

    Love the watch and all the accessibility. The only downside is that I have to charge daily.

  23. LPier

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Interesting watch

    This watch is amazing. It’s my first smartwatch and I love how easy it is to use! It syncs great with my Samsung Android phone. The band is butter soft, super comfortable. There are so many functions on this watch is mind blowing. The battery lasts for a day, It would be better if it lasted longer. Otherwise it’s an amazing watch!

    2 people found this helpful

  24. Jared E.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Still testing out

    Bought this for my wife and as a small statue person she wasn’t to keen on its size. However, it’s the latest and and she gave it a go. So far her only mention has been the battery life, it appears to run down quickly. So still getting to know the product and hopefully this is something which can be sorted

    One person found this helpful

  25. Shereika

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s a great gift

    I bought this for someone and they absolutely love it and they wear it everyday and it work and it just fit in our normal routine especially like work outs just to keep track of things

  26. CrashOverride

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Extremely helpful if you need to lead a healthier lifestyle

    I love how seamlessly this works with my phone, and truly am benefiting from the samsung health app. The watch tracks so many things and it’s a dream.

  27. MontanaGal

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as expected

    I enjoy multiple aspects of the watch. The step counter, weather etc. My favorite part is having pictures of my grandchildren rotating on the watch face.

  28. Tim

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great smart watches.

    Awesome smart watch. I was choosing between Garmin 7 Solar and Samsung Galaxy watch 6 Classic and decided to go with Samsung Watch. Now I go outside without my taking my phone. There is a lot of features that are incredibly usable for me: – Answering calls from my watch. – When I am on a meeting and my phone is on silent, I can see who is calling me or messaging. Just love this feature. – I can use my watch for navigation. – They can mirror navigation to the phone. And that is super convenient because on the phone I can see whole map, but my watch is telling me when there is the next turn. – Heart rate, step counter, EKG, blood oxygen, etc. – Google Assistant, so I can turn on/off lights and my apartment from my watch! – Watch synchronizes calendar from my phone and shows me all upcoming meetings and remindersThe battery can last 3 days if you turn off: Always on screen and wifi. My watch is LTE, I haven’t set up LTE yet, so not sure how long it will last with LTE on.

    10 people found this helpful

  29. Wendy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love it!

    Good upgrade from the 4. I don’t kine that Samsung didn’t make a silver case in the 40mm, but I’m getting used to it. The features are worth the upgrade. However, I prefer the “old” easy release watchbands.

  30. Lana Ivette

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty cool..

    Coming from an Apple Watch so I had to get use to it. Its features pretty much equal the Apple Watch. Apple and Samsung are both good watches.

  31. Aubrey

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I love this watch. I love it so much in fact, that I’m giving it 5 stars despite it’s battery life. The battery dies very quickly, I don’t have always display on and it’s down to 30% within 24 hours. However, it charges fairly quickly. I either charge it overnight (which I prefer to wear it while I sleep) or when I take my morning shower. By the time I’m out of the shower and dressed it’s back to a full charge.If battery life is important to you this is not your watch, but if you don’t mind daily charging it’s absolutely perfect! Very beautiful, easy to use, and incredibly useful.

    2 people found this helpful

  32. JoeyDJoeyD

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome watch

    Just a great watch. I love how for 40 bux you can change the face to your tast for the day all year. If you spend this much money, at least get Facer or in my opinion you’ve wasted your money, cause the faces is where it’s at for me. I was certain I didn’t need the lte but would have gotten it for sure if I knew than what I know now. I have no regrets just would have gotten it. I love the black, but sort of wish I would have gone with silver cause of the bands you can buy. It’s a very good feeling watch nice and heavy.Change the band immediately unless you like to live in discomfort and protect the bezel not the screen. Trust me and if you insist on screen protector the inner are you will put it on is like bevel or cone shaped so if the glass isn’t you’ll regret it 🤭 add tons of music and pictures easy to use and change. Turn your notifications sound to vibrate and minimal sounds or when it gets to updates you’ll be a very noisy fellow. And turn your screen to AOD and only push button to wake. Battery is good but not for the first month when it’s figuring out your usage patterns I wish you can adjust the speed with your bezel turn you have to turn it like one whole rotation to scroll like 3/4″ of page and also the direction. For some reason I’d rather turn it the other direction. Watch is a 5/5 still but dont expect it to be miraculous. It’s just a watch with smart features and incredible if you are into fitness which I’m not. Love how it works when I jump on my bike and when I’m off it’s very accurate with steps and bike riding.Spend the money and buy something you will use everyday. We’ll worth it for the price. Get it used if you can or you’ll spend like 40 bux for the price of Tape you’ll cut anyway🫣

    11 people found this helpful

  33. Dan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Another winning Samsung product

    First off, the label next to my name says I’m a VINE VOICE reviewer. That is correct, however, please note that I paid for this watch myself with my own funds and the following are my unbiased and independent comments.I bought this watch brand new about 7 weeks ago. It is the standard 44mm Bluetooth Watch (not Classic, not LTE). This watch takes the best from Samsung (SS) and Google. The features are excellent but please realize that to use them to their full potential, you must use a SS Android Phone that is compatible with the watch. My phone is a SS Galaxy S10+ phone.My experience over the past years with smart watches includes four $300-$400 watches from competitors and none have superseded or matched the performance of this device (excluding battery duration without needing a charge). In addition, I owned the SS Galaxy Watch 5. The Galaxy Watch 6 counters seem accurate when checked with other devices that are calibrated and they are easy to use. For example, I do a lot of walking both indoors and out. The outdoor distance counter and GPS has been right on. When I walk indoors, it’s on a measured track that is exactly one mile. The distance counter on the watch is generally within a couple of percent of the track, which, in my experience, is far superior to those other competitors. With cycling, I’ve found the Galaxy Watch 6 to be great in measuring distances, speeds, heart rate, etc. The SS Health App teams well with the Watch 6.The UI is very similar to, if not identical to the others in the latest SS Galaxy watch family. The apps that are available for this watch are many and I’d guess are all interchangeable.Why did I upgrade from my Galaxy Watch 5? It was primarily due to the Watch 6’s upgrade to the hardware, but to me, it was important to have the technology that will seamlessly connect the watch to a new SS phone when the time comes to upgrade the phone. I understand this feature is available on the Galaxy Watch 6. Earlier versions require you to re-profile the watch settings when you change to a new phone.Did I have any issues with the watch? To begin, as others have noted, battery life could be better, but I am getting 2+ days on a full charge. I’m good with this, even though it is not as good as other brands. As far as recharging the watch, when I first received the watch, it took 2 to 3 hours to recharge, I felt this was excessive. There is the “Samsung Members” app to trouble shoot the device, and in addition, SS can “remote” into the watch through the phone to troubleshoot further. Don’t want to be repetitive, but you need a SS phone for SS Tech Support to do this. After some over the phone troubleshooting with SS and sending the watch back to them under warranty, they found that the charging cable was faulty and was the cause of the long recharge time. SS replaced the cable under warranty (after a 4 week long backorder delay), and now it takes an hour to recharge the watch from 20% to 100%. This is the expected time to recharge the watch. Kudos to SS Service, they were generally responsive in troubleshooting this issue and correcting it.I’m satisfied with this watch, it’s appearance, and all it can do and can recommend it if you are in the market for a new smart watch.

    141 people found this helpful

  34. Ben

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    New to smartwatches

    I had previously purchased the mobvoi ticwatch pro 5 and could never use it because of an app issue. Maybe it wasy phone. I don’t know. So I switched to this. I have the 47mm. It is a bit large compared to pixel watches but not so much that it gets in the way. I love the rotation bezel. It makes navigating wear os and using the watch so easy. It synced easily with my LG v60 after logging in to my Samsung account. The interface is intuitive and simple once you set it up and learn to use it.All the health features work well and seem accurate. The ECG feature only works with Samsung phones but it may still alert you to possible arrhythmias if you have the heart rate sensor on. Don’t quote me on that.I especially like the exercise features. One thing I’m surprised by is the stress indicator. It’s very accurate. It tellse to slow down, get away, and breathe! The call and texting features are easy to use, especially when using the Google assistant or Bixby. I haven’t used bixby much. Bixby may work better with a Samsung phone too. This has Wear Os 4. I can’t compare it to 3.5 because I never experienced it. That’s the big difference between the galaxy watch 6 and it’s competitors. The ticwatch, according to the internet, only has OS 3.5 and has no assistant features.As for battery, I’ve gotten around 30 hours. That’s using the overnight sleep monitoring and constant stress level during the day,and having the screen off when not in use. The battery life may increase over time but it’s enough. If you don’t wear it at night, you can charge it and have plenty of battery.So to sum this up, I’m impressed. It’s a good watch with a lot of potential. Except for battery life, this is by far superior to the ticwatch pro 5. You won’t be disappointed with the galaxy watch 6 or 6 classic.

    8 people found this helpful

  35. KAjmeron

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Upgraded Features, but Downgraded Materials?

    Moving from the Galaxy Watch4 Classic to the Watch6 Classic, I immediately noticed a significant improvement in features and performance. The battery life is phenomenal, lasting noticeably longer than its predecessor. The health tracking features are also more advanced, providing deeper insights into sleep, fitness, and overall well-being.However, the materials used in the Watch6 Classic feel like a bit of a downgrade compared to the Watch4 Classic. Although the stainless steel case looks elegant, it lacks the premium feel of the previous model’s ceramic bezel.Overall, the Galaxy Watch6 Classic is a solid upgrade in terms of features and functionality. However, the material downgrade may disappoint those accustomed to the Watch4 Classic’s premium feel. If cutting-edge features and battery life are your priorities, the Watch6 Classic is a winner. However, if material quality is a dealbreaker, you may want to consider other options.

    14 people found this helpful

  36. Diana

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Nice watch. I already had the #3 but that just allows you to receive calls. The 6 you can make and receive calls. Lots of other nice features also. Only problem for me is it doesn’t hold a charge long enough for me. This is a problem bc I like you sleep with it on and also wear it all day. Probably holds a charge for 12 hours sometimes a little longer. I have reception and wifi where I live which send to be a factor. It seems to last longer when I’m at work. Would highly recommend.

    21 people found this helpful

  37. Michael J. Foley

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This is a great watch!!!!

    My first use of any brand of “smartwatch”, but Samsung has done a great job. Easy to set up, even for a 1st time user like me. Battery life is very good, slept with it on my wrist all night at it still had 49% battery life left. Pretty simple to set up and use. The model I got was Bluetooth and it paired easily with my Galaxy S23 Ultra phone, and it shares information easily. My only complaint is….the band was way too small for my wrist. I ended up buying a fabric band (which I recommend), and it is very comfortable. The watch is light on my wrist and it’s easy to go through all the functions with either a tap or a twist of the dial. Great battery life too (did I mention that?!?)! Well built and should last a long time. Looks classy, for any occasion.

    31 people found this helpful

  38. G.A.

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    A fine digital watch, but not amazing

    I bought this kind of on a whim. I’m usually an analog guy, but I was keen to use the fitness capabilities of a smart watch and this popped up on pre-order special. So, with that being said, my review is tailored toward the fitness aspect.TLDR: The watch is fine, but in the future I would simply get a heartrate monitor or a fitness-centric watch. Or, on the other end, I would get a top-of-the line smartwatch.1 – Samsung Health works well and provides a lot of data to your phone. It tracks your heart rate over the course of your workout and has a nice display of where your beats are in regards to various “zones” of cardiovascular exercise. At the end of your workout you can view your results and analyze a fair amount of data. That gets a plus from me.2 – Does not do well tracking “active time” when in the gym. On the watch there are three measurements taken throughout the day. They are steps, active time, and calories burned. If I spend 90 minutes lifting weights the watch does not track this as active time because ( I assume) of the rest periods in between sets.3 – Body fat analysis and tracking is hit and miss. I measure myself every day right after my morning pee and in 3 days I have gone from 13% – 7% – 14%. Obviously, it’s best to track this stat over a longer period of time, but when the results vary so wildly from day to day I begin to question the reliability of the measurement. This is a neutral or neutral + for me. It’s good to track over the long run, but I’m not sure the complete accuracy.3 – The standard issue strap, when worn how I normally wear a watch, comes unclipped way too often. The release button sits right on my wrist bone which cause the thing to come unclipped. Instructions included say to wear it higher on your wrist/forearm, but the position to look at the watch becomes uncomfortable the higher up your wrist it goes not to mention how…uncool that looks. I would not take this in the ocean, a pool, or any sort of extreme sport. Even running results in an unclipped watch. FYI: Literally as I type this paragraph I tried adjusting its position on my wrist as I write this and it came unclipped. Big Negative.4 – Sleep tracking appears to work fine, but I’m not really sure. Neutral.5 – Watch face is customizable. I like to add pictures of my loved ones/pets on the home screen. That gets a plus.6 – Battery lasts probably 2 days? I usually charge it for an hour or two in the morning and it works fine. If you’re on the go a lot or perhaps a little more hectic I can see battery life being an issue, but for me it’s not really a big deal. Neutral.7 – Using apps on the watch itself is a little tricky because of the limited User Interface and the small screen. I usually start an app on my phone and let the watch record the data. Texting is pretty hard on the small screen, but it does come with a bunch of pre-loaded responses and the ability to send a voice note. If you plan on using this watch as a substitute for you phone I generally recommend against it.8 – Banking/tap-to-pay works fine, but I don’t really use it that much.9 – Golfing apps like the Grint or 18 Birdies take too long to refresh on the watch. If you want to stand over your shot for 2+ minutes ever shot, then go for it. But I’ve given up on using this thing as a range-finder.Anyway, I would probably not buy this again. I would look for a highly tailored fitness watch.

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  39. dt2008dt2008

    3.0 out of 5 stars

    Software keeps beautiful hardware down

    I have used two fitness trackers in the past: the Fitbit Charge 2 and the Fitbit Versa 2. I will compare the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 to the Fitbit Versa 2, since it’s the only other smartwatch I have used. I tried the watch with two different Samsung Galaxy smartphones: the S22 Ultra and the Z Flip 5.Pros:- Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 has a beautiful, wide-enough display. It was the biggest reason I could never go for a Watch 4 or 5.- 2 side buttons with different customizable shortcut options.- It has both a microphone to dictate text messages, e-mails, commands, etc. AND a loud speaker. You can play back YouTube Music, for example, without bluetooth earbuds.- It has Wi-Fi, so it can connect to your network instead of just your smartphone, which helps with downloading / streaming.- Temperature sensors which can aid better cycle tracking (ovulation timing, etc.)- The watch can consistently charge up an extra 55% in 30 minutes. Great for quick morning or evening routines.- If you have a Samsung Galaxy smartphone with wireless power sharing features, you can place this watch on the back of your smartphone to charge up if you don’t have the watch charger with you and need a top up. If you do have the watch charger, you can plug it into any USB-C smartphone or tablet and pull charge there.- Unlike Fitbit Pay, there are more banking and credit card partners that work in both Google Wallet and Samsung Pay.- You can control playback on your smartphone with the watch.- GPS tracking for long walks and hiking provides a map, similar to Fitbit.Cons:Unfortunately, every Pro also has a con with this watch!- While there is fast charging, the battery life is 24 hours at best. Fitbit Versa or Sense users–be prepared! I turned on the Sleep tracking feature and lost 15% overnight! I charged the watch up to 100% at 6:30 am and by 9:00 pm I was at 34% (Wi-Fi, Location, Bluetooth and NFC were turned on, and I used NFC to set up several credit cards in Samsung Pay). If I turned most of these off, where’s the appeal in a smartwatch?- I initially set up the Galaxy Watch 6 on the S22 Ultra, and it was so confusing. First, I needed to set up the watch in an app called Galaxy Wearable, then I needed to install Samsung Health to get fitness and wellness tracking, but finally I needed Samsung Health Monitor to use the ECG feature of the watch! Of course, each of these apps has its own T&C, privacy policy and profile set ups required!- Samsung Health is presumably made by a Korean company which uses the metric measuring system, but I can only enter in glasses of water in U.S. 8 fluid ounce increments. I understand I purchased the watch in the U.S., but it’s poorly thought out. They should turn on the ability to track food and water intake in metric units, like Fitbit.- The first time I did the ECG test, I had to place 2 fingers on the two different buttons. Three days later, I went to the ECG test again, and had to go through another policy agreement screen and then was told to only use 1 finger. No idea why this has changed. Some information about how it works vs. before would be interesting.- The watch cannot sync your sound settings with your Galaxy smartphone. If I am in a quiet space and put my phone on Silent, the watch cannot sync that setting. I have to manually go into the watch’s control panel and put it on silent. If you use the Modes and Routines function of Samsung’s One UI 5, you’ll know how convenient it is to use Location or Wi-Fi connections to stipulate if your phone should be on silent! Connected to library wi-fi? = phone silent. At home = phone vibrate+sound. If this watch could sync with the smartphone, it’d be truly “smart.”- I feel that the Galaxy Watch 6 overstates my level of activity. It feels like I get a trophy just for puttering about. I walk around the office here and there for 2 minutes and by the time I get back to my desk to leave at the end of the day, it says I’ve reached my level of activity for the day?? Fitbit is more drill sergeant in that regard–I need to actually be moving for a consecutive amount of time and energy level for it to register as “exercise/workout.” No freeby trophies.- I had to figure out through complex swipes how to stop my walking workout–it was not intuitive. The Fitbit uses a simple Flag as the goal icon to end the workout.- Although not fitness related, one of the big draws for this watch was the ability to use Google Wallet since some of my banks do not allow Fitbit Pay. Although Google Wallet works with manager major U.S. credit card issuers, and although one credit card in particular (Discover) could show up in my smartphone’s Google Wallet, it just will NOT allow itself to be sent to the watch’s Google Wallet app.This isn’t Samsung’s fault, I thought. So I decided to try out Samsung Pay. First, the app has to be installed and set up on the phone, which defaults to an annoying Quick Access gesture which is nearly identical to the swipe up to show all apps gesture. I tried multiple times to add the Discover card and several other credit cards, and finally was successful the 3rd time I tried to add. This is after getting multiple frozen screen prompts to Add to Samsung Pay.- The apps that are on the Watch and accompany it on the Samsung Galaxy smartphones, as ever, have English spelling mistakes littered throughout that I have never seen in my Apple Wallet or with Apple Pay. Language Localization should not be so poorly done.- Since I started with the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra but was transferring over to a Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5, I decided to use the Watch > Settings > Transfer to New Phone. This app did not work. It would find the watch 6 when I had the Galaxy Wearable app open on the new Flip 5, then ask if I would agree to automatic updates (optional) – I selected NO – then next. Nothing happened. Blank white screen, and a failure notice on the watch. After 4 attempts and seeing 2 different Galaxy Watch 6 options appear in the new Flip 5’s Galaxy Wearable app for syncing, I finally decided OK FINE I WILL DO THE OPTIONAL AUTOMATIC UPDATES — still a blank white screen. I didn’t want to erase and set up all over again, so I am still on the S22 Ultra. I do not know if this is a Google WearOS issue or a Samsung issue, but it was a sour experience.- Another USB-C to USB-C device with no charger brick or USB-A adapter. At the very least, a C to A adapter would have been nice and of very little weight to help bridge the hurdle to an all USB-C world.Beautiful, stylish smartwatch with a gorgeous screen is ruined by software quirks of Google WearOS and Samsung’s fragmented health-related apps. Maybe progressive updates will fix this. Do you want to gamble $299 on a maybe?

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  40. Happy with it

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great watch

    Waited a little long time to buy a smartwatch and I finally just went ahead and bought the Galaxy 6. Battery life so far is fine, at 69% end of long work day, I don’t mind charging it at night because I don’t want to sleep at it. It’s lighter than I expected and sometimes I forget I’ve even wearing it because it’s so comfortable. Very user friendly for me and I’ve gotten a few compliments. I’m really glad it was on sale I’m also glad I went ahead and splurged. The only thing I wish it came with was an actual plug cuz’ what am I supposed to do with a cord to charge and no plug for the oulet? Lol Anyways I had to order that bit separately. Also, I bought some extra watch bands that I thought were cute and they’re really easy to switch out. Love my 6 💪😁

  41. Miniprep

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Pretty good watch

    I use it mostly for time, emails and text messages. Overall, a great watch that tracks activity well. The only gripe I have with it is that sometimes the voice-to-text (text messages) doesn’t work on the first try and I have to exit and when I try again, it works. Other than, worth every cent.

  42. Wendy Roberts

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy link to phone.

    Was set up on minutes. Lots of watch faces to choose from. Extra straps easy to come buy.Many app can be linked to the watch.

  43. Roger Braun

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    All of it.

    I particularly enjoy the sleep monitoring system. It is very nice looking and I am very happy with this watch. I highly recommend it.

  44. Bruce

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Smarter than me

    The watch has all the features and more than I was looking for or need. Great watch,decent time between charges. Many features to choose from.

  45. Wisconsin Buyer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great watch

    This is a great watch, works excellent to monitor some minor health stuff and works even better as an extension to devices in my home and an extension to my phone. Battery life can be decent up to 2 days easy, with all health monitors running 24/7, just have to turn “wifi” off and “always on” off and you’ll save a ton of Battery time doing so.

  46. Izabella

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great watch

    Overall it is a great watch. I wore it along with Garmin to compare and readings are the same so I assume it is accurate. It has a great look but battery life is short and it doesn’t sync with my calorie tracking app also its more expensive so I chose Garmin but I would definitely recommend this watch it just is not as convenient for me for the tracking purposes.

  47. EC

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love Samsung!

    Waited forever to get a smart watch but finally this one was available at a good price at Christmas.Love it!

  48. dwilson414

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    95% if it just had a good charge cable it be a 100%

    Watch Arrived in good condition except charging cable would not work. Used cable from existing and it charged.

  49. MylesBehind

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    ADHD? This is the watch for you.

    No more missed meetings with my schedule and alarms with me all the time.Had a smart watch but without the connection to my calendar, texts etc it was very limited.

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  50. todd vanderhoof

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Samsung watches are great!

    Have had several models of the Galaxy watch and love all of them. Bought the 6 pro for my wife and she loves it. If set up correctly battery will last 2 days with lte service. Can’t go wrong.

  51. -314pi-

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best smart watch

    I always wanted a smart watch, especially after I lost my normal watch. The galaxy watch 6 is really great for just about anything. You can customize the face and view your calendar on it. In fact, you can even browse the web! (But it’s not recommended)Battery life is decent and after about a day of usage it runs down to low 50%s unless I used some of its power-hungry apps, which in that case it will be in the 20%-30% range. I charge it while I shower, so it’s full battery before I sleep, and it never runs out!Out of all smart-device manufacturers, I found Samsung to be the most accurate. When measuring pedometer steps, they’re only off by about 1-2 steps for every 10,000 steps you take. (I counted) The sleep-tracking feature is really nice too, and with the health trackers and Google calendar support, this watch quickly became my favorite.With the LTE model, I can make an emergency call even without a plan in the event I need one. I hope I won’t ever need to, but if somehow my phone was stolen I can call for help. The watch also has NFC, meaning I can pay with it too. It can connect to Wi-Fi to download updates, and is constantly connected to your phone.In general, support with my galaxy phone is very well-done and I recommend Samsung to anyone who wants Android but doesn’t like lag, because Samsung devices perform really well at just about any task, and their ecosystem has a lot of open holes where you can connect devices from other manufacturers. Because of this, I can control any nearby device without my phone, even if it wasn’t made by Samsung. I can control speakers (but the watch also has a good-quakity speaker itself), and other nearby devices such as lights! I can also respond to texts using the watch, and swipe-typing is really accurate thanks to Samsung’s machine learning keyboard. I even wrote E-mails on it when I was in a hurry.Also, this was discounted in a bundle and came with a suitcase tracker, so I decided to buy it since it was a good deal. It was well-worth it, and I think the galaxy watch is good for anyone looking for a smart watch.

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  52. Vanessa Reale

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Easy ordering process

    I don’t typically buy electronics off of Amazon and normally order straight from the manufacturer or Best Buy. I tried pre ordering from Samsung and had SO many issues. They canceled my order the day it was supposed to ship and then kept canceling it after replacing the order and trying to speak to customer service. I had the same experience with Best Buy. Order was constantly being canceled and not a single person over the phone or in the store could answer. Both Samsung and Best Buy stated that we wouldn’t get the product until the end of March. When ordering from Amazon, we had zero issues and got the product two days after purchasing it.As for the product itself, my fiancé loves it and has not had any issues.

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  53. Nakisa

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect, except….

    I bounced this watch accidentally all over the place and she is still fine. It gives me what I want in a smart watch except LTE isn’t really utilised where I am from. If you’re not from the USA or a country that provides this then hold your money and just get the Bluetooth version. Also there are some apps (like ecg) that are not available outside of the USA (or at least not where I am from) so that’s disappointing since we use Samsung more than Apple. Otherwise this watch is a good investment. Note, it’s been a few months so this is a relatively early review. The battery does not last the full day but the charger will provide you with a fast charge. In sum, I’d say this is a solid device and there is no scam with the delivery. I’m satisfied. Go for it.

  54. Princhessa

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Returning to GalaxyWatch after years of Fitbit

    Very easy setup if you already have a Samsung account, phone, etc… I literally didn’t have to do much at all – registering it online with the SN visible on the back side of the watch was so easy – and seemed to automatically connect with phone. I swear, I blinked and was set up!It’s been as far back as the when I replaced my first Galaxy watch (was it a 2?) with the Fitbit Charge, and from then forward I was enjoying the FB’s app and displays, and cheaper pricing. I stuck with that.This Galaxy comes out at a time shortly after Google purchasing FB, and the changes are just not as appealing. I wanted something more universal, so I’ve returned to GalaxyWatch!It is heavier than I’d thought it would be, but even that and the extra thickness after wearing it for a few hours, I’m not even noticing it. I currently have the FB on the right wrist, and Galaxy on left.Figuring out how to use some of the features like O2 and ECG was a little tricky, but it gives you a step by step both on the phone and/or on the watch itself and walks you through it. On the O2, if you’re not holding it like it says – it doesn’t actually prompt to start. That had me flustered for a bit until finally the button was there to start.Setting targets for weight/muscle/fat% was a bit confusing, but a simple Google search led to some clarity, and even that’s set up now with my first 2 week goal. Use the watch to scan for body composition, and then step on a scale and record that to get your starting numbers… then there’s a button to add a target. It would be nice to be able to set up several targets at once, but will have to revisit and set those small goals or just set a larger goal and watch progress as you go. I set only the weight as target and it adjusted the rest to match up. If you try to enter all 3 manually, you’re likely to get an error because it doesn’t quite match up between the 3 figures. Pick one and done!So, yes… only a few hours in, but these are the highlights I noticed in my excitement to share… so many clock faces available, so many customizable settings for each of the faces as well… FB was only just really getting to this point. Be wary, they’re not all free… but there are more than enough free ones, and the ones I saw for a price, were 0.49 and 0.99 – definitely manageable if it’s a must have!I’ll have to revisit this review as I get more acquainted and find more pluses and minuses!PS – size… since I was going with the Classic, I hoped as I ordered the 43mm would be big enough for my aging eyes – and yes, it is perfectly fine! I’m actually thankful I did not go with the 47mm, because this one is just perfect. I do not have petite arms, but I do have smaller wrists, and it looks just fine. I would say, if you’re very petite, and/or dainty… the regular 6 in the smaller of the 2 options is probably better. But I wouldn’t go with the 47mm unless you really have a larger arm or it really may seem too big/bulky.Definitely glad I bit during the pre-order!

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  55. Gustavo Rivero

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Funciona Super!!!

    El reloj está super bien, llego perfecto. Los primeros días la batería no me duraba nada, pero con el uso es como entrenar a la batería y ya me dura todo el día (si lo tengo que cargar diario), pero considera que mientras más funciones tengas activas más se va a consumir la batería, si activas las notificaciones de whatsaap y lo usas mucho tu batería se agotará rápido (me paso), del resto con las funciones normales (oxigenación, pulsaciones, distancia y calorías del día, usándolo todos los días durante el entreno, monitoreando el sueño me dura el día entero la batería) no viene con conector de pared y el cable es tipo c.Este reloj es todo lo que necesitaba, funciona increíble para contestar los chats y la llamadas, se enlaza super bien con tlfs samsung, te da un millón de opciones para hacer, se puede personalizar muy bien! lo estoy amando.

  56. Amazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Mixed feelings

    Having mixed feelings about this watch. As a sleep tracker it helped. It has all kinds of bells and whistles on it that makes it exciting. The negative is it burnt the layers of tissue on my wrist area where I wore it. It is ridiculously over powered. Would need some kind of arm shielding to wear this thing for any length of time. It also needed to be charged daily. I tried to go in and preen the apps and trim the energy drain. But it is just a powerful watch that needs a charge and needs charging often. I would turn it off during the day at work to conserve energy. It had one very plain and generic digital watch face in “just watch” mode that was upsetting. People would literally stop mid sentence if they caught a glimpse of it and give it a strange look. I did wish to be able to have options for the just watch static screen. I love the watch. It was great when I could turn it on and have all the capabilities. I had a few pet peeves listed above. But my wrist is bruised and sensitive where I wore it for a short time. So it’s an expensive watch that now sits in a box. If they come out with a protection sleeve, I will be able to wear it again.

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  57. Kindle Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars


    I bought this watch because my Fitbit was acting like it was going to die. I like the watch’s appearance, but I have not used it yet. The reason I gave it 4 stars, is because the band is just about too small, I can hook it on the first slot from the end and it is almost too tight. I wear a large band to be comfortable and I think the band on this watch is a small size, it does not have a size on the band I am just guessing. I am ordering another band because it is too tight for me. In the description it does not mention the size of the band nor does it give an option to pick a size band. I did not see anyone else mention this in the reviews.I also bought this watch for the heart rate monitor capabilities.I think this will be a good smartwatch when I start using it. I would recommend getting one to anyone who is looking to purchase a smartwatch.

  58. C

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Lots of different monitoring

    I have the s23ultra and wanted more connectivity. This watch is awesome! It tells me how horribly I slept and how stressed I always am. I can also make sure I’m not about to have a heart attack from stress. But really though this does let me know how horribly I’m taking care of myself. It has a function to help relieve stress and it works.There’s a ton of different faces for it and a TON of options that I have yet to explore. Blood oxygen saturation, bpm, ecg. Also has the basics like time and step counter. Love the auto detection workouts for when Im at work sweating it and wondering if that actually counts as a workout.Answering phone calls like Star Trek, talking to Bixby, finding my phone, setting alarms, flashlight. Just a few functions that I truly enjoy.Places where it falls a tad short are the battery and it doesn’t like my tattoo ink. My left arm is tattooed until just before the cuf line and sometimes the watch sensor is over it. When the sensor is over the tattoo ink it will not pick anything up. No sleep, stress, ECG, BPM, or anything data. It’s frustrating. The battery needs to be charged daily or it will run out. I have the screen off unless raised or tapped and it still sucks the battery down.Overall I love this in combination with the phone.

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  59. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Love my new watch

    This watch has many great functions..I don’t need my phone to view and respond to messages. My work pants don’t allow my phone to be with me, so I’m able to see important messages when needed.It’s already found my phone multiple times.It has health features but I have yet to set that up.I can change the song that’s playing in my ear buds without my phone from the watch.The only con so far is the battery only lasts a day.. Though it only takes an hour to charge. It’s not a huge deal to charge it with my phone at night.I wanted a watch more for notifications, control for my music, and google reminders.I’ve had a fit bit & if you want more of the health features, sleep tracking etc .. the fit bit is more set up for that. This watch can do that but also has its own service for messages, calls, and things like that.

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