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Samsung Drops Galaxy Watch 6 Price In New Promotion

Samsung is busy preparing a major update for Galaxy Watch owners, which will see a raft of new AI features brought to older smartwatches. In the meantime, the company has also slashed the price of the Galaxy Watch 6 before the rollout begins.

Shoppers in the U.K. can pick up the Galaxy Watch 6, or Watch 6 Classic for £75 ($21.59) less, which is now down to £324.00 ($412.13). This is combined with up to £175 ($222.60) trade-in value for your old smartwatch. The highest-valued items Samsung will accept are, of course, Apple Watches. Specifically the Apple Watch Ultra.

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The reason for the price cut might be because Samsung is about to launch the Galaxy Watch 7 next month at its Galaxy Unpacked event. New rumours this week suggest that the Korean company is planning to release 40mm and 44mm sizes, like the Galaxy Watch 6 range, but also a brand new Ultra model, which is said to have a 47mm titanium case.

The standard Watch 6 hasn’t been discounted, but I suspect it will considering how close we are to the launch. If you’re thinking about picking up the Watch 6 Classic deal, it’s worth holding on until at least after the launch event on July 10th.

Updated June 9. This post was first published on June 8, 2024.

U.S. shoppers can now get in on the action with a new discount on the Watch 6. Samsung has knocked $60 off the Watch 6 and Watch 6 Classic, alongside upping trade-in prices, which maxes out at $250 for the Apple Watch Series 8 or Galaxy Watch 5 Pro.

The company has also thrown in discounted Galaxy Buds as part of a bundle deal, which brings them down to $99 from $299.99. As is typical with Samsung’s earbuds, they’re used as a makeweight in bundle deals, or they’re often discounted, so you shouldn’t ever pay full price for them.

Elsewhere, Samsung is continuing its Galaxy S24 Ultra double storage offer. Buyers will get a 512GB storage option for the price of the 256GB model. Samsung has now paired this up with an enhanced trade-in price of up to $750.

To get that, you will have to hand over last year’s Galaxy S23 Ultra, which isn’t worth it considering the new AI tools the device received recently. But S21 Ultra users can net a very good $550 for their handset, while iPhone 13 Pro users can get a decent $350 for their phone.

There is a good chance that Samsung will drop prices for existing wearables even further to make some space for the new tech. Or, if you want the latest device, the company will run some aggressive pre-order deals with enhanced trade-in prices and a bundled freebie (which will probably be a free pair of Galaxy Buds).

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Those same Galaxy Buds are currently being bundled with all Galaxy S24 purchases right now, too. This isn’t as impressive as other recent Samsung deals in the U.K, though. Last month the company knocked huge amounts off almost all Galaxy phones in its roster, slashing between 22% and 38% off select handsets.

If you’re a current Galaxy Watch owner who isn’t looking to upgrade, Samsung is planning to roll out some new AI features via One UI 6—the first major update in a while for Samsung wearables. The crux of the update is around enhanced recommendations, based on personalized health data, with new AI-powered skills for tracking sleep, health, and workouts with more accuracy. The new tools might offset some of that desire to buy Samsung’s latest shiny new toys, so keep an eye out for the update.

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