The Samsung Galaxy Watch has just arrived in the UK, with a price tag of £279 and £299 for the 42mm and 46mm models respectively. However, interested buyers can avail the watch today by paying just £4. Yes, the EE network is offering the Samsung Galaxy Watch at an upfront payment of £4, with an option to pay the remaining amount on monthly instalments - interest-free.
The EE network is currently selling the Bluetooth-only version of the Galaxy Watch to its customers at an upfront payment of £4, for the 42mm model. The remaining amount of £275 can be added to their smartphone plan at £25 a month for 11 months. The 46mm model, which costs £299, is available with a payment of £13.00 upfront. The rest will be added to the buyer's smartphone plan at £26 a month for 11 months.
Note that this isn't the 4G-enabled version (LTE) of the device. EE says the LTE version of the watch will be available exclusively to its customers later this year. However, EE customers can register their interest today here.
Galaxy Watch is, if not the best, one of the best smartwatches available in the current market. We stacked it up against the best of Tizen, Wear OS and Apple Watch, and found it beats the like of Apple Watch Series 3 in a number of ways. It's circular design, topped by the rotating bezel calls for a big thumbs-up to Samsung. And the battery life of up to 4 days of normal usage is alone enough to usurp a majority of smartwatches available today.
You can read more about the Galaxy Watch here.