Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra Launched Price Starting 299 USD Advanced Health Features Specifications Availability Details

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 and Galaxy Watch Ultra were unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event in Paris on Wednesday. The tech giant has introduced the first Ultra model in the Galaxy Watch series, replacing last year’s Classic variant. While the base Galaxy Watch 7 will get 40mm and 44mm dial options, the Watch Ultra will be available in a single 47mm dial. Both smartwatches will support LTE and Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity. The company said that the Ultra model is a performance-focused smartwatch.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7, Watch Ultra Price, Availability

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 starts at $299 (roughly Rs. 25,000). The Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra, on the other hand, will be available at a price of $649 (roughly Rs. 54,200). Both models are available for pre-order in select markets starting Wednesday, July 10, and will go on sale starting July 24. The 40mm Galaxy Watch 7 will be available in cream and green colour options, while the 44mm variant can be purchased in green and silver colour options. The Galaxy Watch Ultra will be available in Titanium Gray, Titanium Silver, and Titanium White colour options.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 Specifications and Features

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 is available in two dial sizes. The 40mm dial comes with measurements of 40.4×40.4×9.7mm and weighs 28.8 grams. On the other hand, the 44mm dial measures 44.4×44.4×9.7mm and weighs 33.8 grams. While the smaller dial has a 1.3-inch (432×432 pixels) display, the larger dial has a 1.5-inch (480×480 pixels) display. Both are Super AMOLED always-on displays.

The base model of Samsung comes with a 3nm Exynos W1000 processor, paired with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of inbuilt storage. This is the first time Samsung has used a 3nm processor in the Galaxy Watch lineup. These devices run on Google’s Wear OS-based One UI 6 Watch. The 40mm variant has a 300mAh battery while the 44mm variant has a 425mAh battery. Both support WPC-based wireless fast charging.

The smartwatch comes with fitness trackers like heart rate, oxygen, and sleep monitoring. The device also gets some new features like workout routines which lets users combine various workouts and races.

Apart from this, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 7 also includes AI algorithms for sleep analysis. It comes equipped with many other features including Novo FDA-authorized sleep apnea tracking, realtime alerts for abnormally high or low heart rate, atrial fibrillation monitoring. Samsung claims that the smartwatch can also provide electrocardiogram (ECG) and blood pressure monitoring to users.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra Specifications and Features

The Samsung Galaxy Watch Ultra is available in a single 47mm dial, measuring 47.1×47.4×12.1mm and weighing 60.5 grams. It comes with a titanium-grade frame and features a 1.5-inch (480×480 pixels) Super AMOLED always-on display with a maximum brightness of 3,000 nits. The model gets the same processor, storage, and operating system as the Watch 7. It also offers 10ATM water resistance.

It has a 590mAh battery and supports WPC-based wireless fast charging. The company claims that it has the longest battery life in the Galaxy Watch lineup, offering up to 100 hours in power-saving mode and up to 48 hours in exercise power-saving mode.

Talking about health and fitness trackers, it offers all the features of the Galaxy Watch 7. Apart from this, the Galaxy Watch Ultra comes with a new multi-sports tile, which enables users to track multi-course workouts. A Functional Threshold Power (FTP) feature has also been added to measure maximum cycling power.

The AI-powered device also shows personalized heart rate zones to help users work out at optimal intensity. Apart from this, the Galaxy Watch 7 Ultra also gets a quick button to instantly start and control workouts. Apart from this, it also features an emergency siren and a night mode.

Arvind Patel, hailing from Ahmedabad, is an avid gamer who turned his hobby into a career. With a background in marketing, Arvind initially worked with gaming companies along with top new agencies to promote their products. His articles now focus on market trends, game marketing strategies, news, and the business side of the gaming industry.