With Black Friday well and truly upon us, we’ve already seen some dynamite savings emerge across a variety of the best and most popular tech items, but even we were pleasantly surprised by the discount on offer here for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
Discounted from AU$399 to AU$199 via the Samsung Black Friday sales, you can grab this one for half price now in a variety of colours including black, silver and rose gold. This is one Black Friday deal you won’t want to miss.
While it might be the previous generation of the Samsung Galaxy Watch, the 4th generation of our favourite smartwatch is actually not so different from the latest in the line, only lacking the battery life and skin temperature reading capability of the 5th generation. And this absolute gem of a smartwatch also happens to land a pretty handy saving of AU$200 for Black Friday via Samsung.
Although this wearable is a generation behind our pick for the best smartwatch money can buy, the differences between the Galaxy Watch and newer Watch 5 are actually quite minimal.
While the fifth-gen Galaxy Watch offers some improvements in battery life over the Watch 4, as well as new skin temperature sensors and a tougher sapphire display, the fourth gen Galaxy Watch is nearly identical in every other way.
Compatible with all modern Android phones, with additional tracking options available to Samsung phones, the Galaxy Watch 4 packs some of the best health and fitness tracking capabilities on the smartwatch market – including GPS, heart rate and blood pressure monitoring, body composition measurement and more.
This all comes with a fashion-friendly design to compliment any outfit, making the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 one of the best value smartwatches on the market – even before considering this massive Black Friday saving. Jump on this one fast if you’re on the hunt for a new smartwatch as it’s sure to sell out!
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James is a senior journalist with the TechRadar Australia team, covering news, analysis and reviews in the worlds of tech and the web with a particular focus on smartphones, TVs and home entertainment, AR/VR, gaming and digital behaviour trends. He has worked for over six years in broadcast, digital and print journalism in Australia and also spent time as a nationally recognised academic specialising in social and digital behaviour trends. In his spare time, he can typically be found bouncing between one of a number of gaming platforms or watching anything horror.