Friday, 05 October 2018 05:15

Vodafone Australia is also now selling Samsung's Galaxy Watch


What started off as a Telstra exclusive is no longer one, with the 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Watch now available at Vodafone, too.

Although you can buy the new Samsung Galaxy Watch at places like JB HiFi, Kogan, Catch Group and others, it seems that Vodafone,Telstra and presumably Samsung's own physical stores are the places to buy the 4G LTE equipped models.

You can find all the details of Samsung's new watch at its site here, but Vodafone has the same info at its site, too.

As you'd expect, Vodafone also offers the ability to buy the watch outright, or to spread the RRP of both sizes across 12, 24 or 36 months.

Vodafone’s e-sim functionality for the Galaxy Watch — dubbed NumberSync — "will be available in time for Christmas". It's a shame it isn't available immediately, but that's life.

Vodafone is offering the rose gold 42mm model for $599, while the larger 46mm version in black is available for $649.

I'm yet to review it, beyond having some brief hands-on time at the local launch, but it is clearly Samsung's best version yet, and the most up-to-date competitor for the Apple Watch Series 4. 

All the details are at Vodafone's Samsung Galaxy Watch page here


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