SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch 4 40mm R860 Smartwatch GPS Bluetooth WiFi (International Version) (Pink)

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Do More Right From Your Wrist

Galaxy Watch4 works as an extension of your phone so you can talk, stream, and text from your wrist on the go

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Tap into the power and convenience of select Google services and apps, Pay for coffee, get directions to the park, use Google Assistant or Bixby, and stream from YouTube Music

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Show of your style with a luxurious and timeless watch design that’s great for any occasion, Personalize your look even more with a range of stylish watch faces and bands

15 reviews for SAMSUNG Galaxy Watch 4 40mm R860 Smartwatch GPS Bluetooth WiFi (International Version) (Pink)

  1. C

    New for 2021, Samsung has released two versions of the Galaxy Watch: Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This Galaxy Watch 4 has a physical design similar to the Galaxy Watch Active 2, with the digital touch ring around the edge, and sizes of 40mm and 44mm. Meanwhile, the Watch 4 “Classic” has a physical design more like the Watch 3, with a physical rotating steel bezel and sizes of 42mm and 46mm. Both versions come in Bluetooth or LTE models. Both versions now use Google’s WearOS operating system, instead of Samsung’s TizenOS, which all previous Samsung watches used. This means a wider selection of apps to choose from for your watch, including all of the Google apps.So to reiterate:Watch4 = Watch Active2 design + Google WearOSWatch4 Classic = Watch3 design + Google WearOSBoth versions now have a faster processor than the Watch3, as well as more RAM (1.5GB upgraded from 1GB) and more storage (16GB upgraded from 8GB). There are also some extra sensors including a geomagnetic sensor, and body composition analysis, although some functionality may depend on your country.Here are some of my other thoughts after using these watches so far:-WearOS: This is the biggest difference to me so far. There are many more apps available now that Samsung is using WearOS, including things like Google Maps. I have really enjoyed the wider variety of apps to choose from. Of course, if you had previously been using a custom watch face on a Galaxy Watch 3 from the Galaxy Store, you might miss that old face, but there are plenty of others to choose from.-Speed: The Watch 4 is noticeably faster. Scrolling through apps and launching applications just seems to be more smooth, and a tiny bit faster to do everything.-BodyComp: This seemed to be pretty inaccurate for me, but it is nice to have this data for a baseline to try to improve.-Battery: The battery life seems to be a bit better with this Watch4 than it was with the Watch3. I will test this more over the next few weeks.Overall, I like the changes with this new version of the Galaxy Watch. There are reportedly more software updates in the works too, like using Google Assistant instead of Bixby. Coming from the Galaxy Watch 3, I prefer the Watch 4 “Classic” model because of the rotating bezel, but if you are upgrading from the Active2 and don’t care about the bezel, then you might prefer the regular Watch 4. (Note – I personally have not tried to use these with an iPhone, but several sources seem to indicate that there are some difficulties when trying to do so, so do some research first if you are using an iPhone)

  2. C

    Galaxy Watch 4 -New for 2021, Samsung has released two versions of the Galaxy Watch: Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This Galaxy Watch 4 has a physical design similar to the Galaxy Watch Active 2, with the digital touch ring around the edge, and sizes of 40mm and 44mm. Meanwhile, the Watch 4 “Classic” has a physical design more like the Watch 3, with a physical rotating steel bezel and sizes of 42mm and 46mm. Both versions come in Bluetooth or LTE models. Both versions now use Google’s WearOS operating system, instead of Samsung’s TizenOS, which all previous Samsung watches used. This means a wider selection of apps to choose from for your watch, including all of the Google apps.So to reiterate:Watch4 = Watch Active2 design + Google WearOSWatch4 Classic = Watch3 design + Google WearOSBoth versions now have a faster processor than the Watch3, as well as more RAM (1.5GB upgraded from 1GB) and more storage (16GB upgraded from 8GB). There are also some extra sensors including a geomagnetic sensor, and body composition analysis, although some functionality may depend on your country.Here are some of my other thoughts after using these watches so far:-WearOS: This is the biggest difference to me so far. There are many more apps available now that Samsung is using WearOS, including things like Google Maps. I have really enjoyed the wider variety of apps to choose from. Of course, if you had previously been using a custom watch face on a Galaxy Watch 3 from the Galaxy Store, you might miss that old face, but there are plenty of others to choose from.-Speed: The Watch 4 is noticeably faster. Scrolling through apps and launching applications just seems to be more smooth, and a tiny bit faster to do everything.-BodyComp: This seemed to be pretty inaccurate for me, but it is nice to have this data for a baseline to try to improve.-Battery: The battery life seems to be a bit better with this Watch4 than it was with the Watch3. I will test this more over the next few weeks.Overall, I like the changes with this new version of the Galaxy Watch. There are reportedly more software updates in the works too, like using Google Assistant instead of Bixby. Coming from the Galaxy Watch 3, I prefer the Watch 4 “Classic” model because of the rotating bezel, but if you are upgrading from the Active2 and don’t care about the bezel, then you might prefer the regular Watch 4. (Note – I personally have not tried to use these with an iPhone, but several sources seem to indicate that there are some difficulties when trying to do so, so do some research first if you are using an iPhone)

  3. C

    Galaxy Watch 4 -New for 2021, Samsung has released two versions of the Galaxy Watch: Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This Galaxy Watch 4 has a physical design similar to the Galaxy Watch Active 2, with the digital touch ring around the edge, and sizes of 40mm and 44mm. Meanwhile, the Watch 4 “Classic” has a physical design more like the Watch 3, with a physical rotating steel bezel and sizes of 42mm and 46mm. Both versions come in Bluetooth or LTE models. Both versions now use Google’s WearOS operating system, instead of Samsung’s TizenOS, which all previous Samsung watches used. This means a wider selection of apps to choose from for your watch, including all of the Google apps.So to reiterate:Watch4 = Watch Active2 design + Google WearOSWatch4 Classic = Watch3 design + Google WearOSBoth versions now have a faster processor than the Watch3, as well as more RAM (1.5GB upgraded from 1GB) and more storage (16GB upgraded from 8GB). There are also some extra sensors including a geomagnetic sensor, and body composition analysis, although some functionality may depend on your country.Here are some of my other thoughts after using these watches so far:-WearOS: This is the biggest difference to me so far. There are many more apps available now that Samsung is using WearOS, including things like Google Maps. I have really enjoyed the wider variety of apps to choose from. Of course, if you had previously been using a custom watch face on a Galaxy Watch 3 from the Galaxy Store, you might miss that old face, but there are plenty of others to choose from.-Speed: The Watch 4 is noticeably faster. Scrolling through apps and launching applications just seems to be more smooth, and a tiny bit faster to do everything.-BodyComp: This seemed to be pretty inaccurate for me, but it is nice to have this data for a baseline to try to improve.-Battery: The battery life seems to be a bit better with this Watch4 than it was with the Watch3. I will test this more over the next few weeks.Overall, I like the changes with this new version of the Galaxy Watch. There are reportedly more software updates in the works too, like using Google Assistant instead of Bixby. Coming from the Galaxy Watch 3, I prefer the Watch 4 “Classic” model because of the rotating bezel, but if you are upgrading from the Active2 and don’t care about the bezel, then you might prefer the regular Watch 4. (Note – I personally have not tried to use these with an iPhone, but several sources seem to indicate that there are some difficulties when trying to do so, so do some research first if you are using an iPhone)

  4. C

    New for 2021, Samsung has released two versions of the Galaxy Watch: Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. This Galaxy Watch 4 has a physical design similar to the Galaxy Watch Active 2, with the digital touch ring around the edge, and sizes of 40mm and 44mm. Meanwhile, the Watch 4 “Classic” has a physical design more like the Watch 3, with a physical rotating steel bezel and sizes of 42mm and 46mm. Both versions come in Bluetooth or LTE models. Both versions now use Google’s WearOS operating system, instead of Samsung’s TizenOS, which all previous Samsung watches used. This means a wider selection of apps to choose from for your watch, including all of the Google apps.So to reiterate:Watch4 = Watch Active2 design + Google WearOSWatch4 Classic = Watch3 design + Google WearOSBoth versions now have a faster processor than the Watch3, as well as more RAM (1.5GB upgraded from 1GB) and more storage (16GB upgraded from 8GB). There are also some extra sensors including a geomagnetic sensor, and body composition analysis, although some functionality may depend on your country.Here are some of my other thoughts after using these watches so far:-WearOS: This is the biggest difference to me so far. There are many more apps available now that Samsung is using WearOS, including things like Google Maps. I have really enjoyed the wider variety of apps to choose from. Of course, if you had previously been using a custom watch face on a Galaxy Watch 3 from the Galaxy Store, you might miss that old face, but there are plenty of others to choose from.-Speed: The Watch 4 is noticeably faster. Scrolling through apps and launching applications just seems to be more smooth, and a tiny bit faster to do everything.-BodyComp: This seemed to be pretty inaccurate for me, but it is nice to have this data for a baseline to try to improve.-Battery: The battery life seems to be a bit better with this Watch4 than it was with the Watch3. I will test this more over the next few weeks.Overall, I like the changes with this new version of the Galaxy Watch. There are reportedly more software updates in the works too, like using Google Assistant instead of Bixby. Coming from the Galaxy Watch 3, I prefer the Watch 4 “Classic” model because of the rotating bezel, but if you are upgrading from the Active2 and don’t care about the bezel, then you might prefer the regular Watch 4. (Note – I personally have not tried to use these with an iPhone, but several sources seem to indicate that there are some difficulties when trying to do so, so do some research first if you are using an iPhone)

  5. Mace Vindaloo

    If you’re into the samsung bloatware experience then by all means go for it. There are absolutely no pros about this watch but here are the cons:1) battery won’t last a day2) Does not work with Wear OS, it will get detected and the progress is stuck. Watch is connected with limited usability3) requires the full bloatware from Samsung so be prepared to create samsung accounts and have all your vital stats at the mercy of a Korean giant.4) First install the Samsung Wearable app and make sure you give it ALL the permissions else it will fail and you’re get constant notifications even after you;’ve corrected the permissions. Then install the Samsung Watch 4 Plugin app and agains give it all permissions. Then you need to install the Samsung Health app and even that needs access to your phone.5) After installing 3 Samsung apps and 2 samsung accounts, you will now experience degraded battery life on your phone6) Samsung Health does not sync with Google Fit. So forget about trying to get that to work without installing another 3rd party app.7) No Google Assistant on the watch8) No Google Pay on the watchSo basically nothing Google works on this watch. So what’s even the point and all the fuss about?

  6. Mace Vindaloo

    If you’re into the samsung bloatware experience then by all means go for it. There are absolutely no pros about this watch but here are the cons:1) battery won’t last a day2) Does not work with Wear OS, it will get detected and the progress is stuck. Watch is connected with limited usability3) requires the full bloatware from Samsung so be prepared to create samsung accounts and have all your vital stats at the mercy of a Korean giant.4) First install the Samsung Wearable app and make sure you give it ALL the permissions else it will fail and you’re get constant notifications even after you;’ve corrected the permissions. Then install the Samsung Watch 4 Plugin app and agains give it all permissions. Then you need to install the Samsung Health app and even that needs access to your phone.5) After installing 3 Samsung apps and 2 samsung accounts, you will now experience degraded battery life on your phone6) Samsung Health does not sync with Google Fit. So forget about trying to get that to work without installing another 3rd party app.7) No Google Assistant on the watch8) No Google Pay on the watchSo basically nothing Google works on this watch. So what’s even the point and all the fuss about?

  7. Jack

    I ordered the Galaxy Watch 4 directly from Samsung. I took advantage of the trade-in program on my Active 2.The Watch 4 is sleeker and more premium than the Active 2. The limited number of current watch faces being it’s only drawback.The main reason for my review is to counter the review stating the touch bezel isn’t touch sensitive. Nonsense! In fact, it is more touch sensitive and smoother operating than my Active 2.

  8. Jack

    I ordered the Galaxy Watch 4 directly from Samsung. I took advantage of the trade-in program on my Active 2.The Watch 4 is sleeker and more premium than the Active 2. The limited number of current watch faces being it’s only drawback.The main reason for my review is to counter the review stating the touch bezel isn’t touch sensitive. Nonsense! In fact, it is more touch sensitive and smoother operating than my Active 2.

  9. GeddyLeeIsARatMan

    I’ve owned a few Android compatible smart watches in the past (Huawei Watch and Galaxy Watch Active 2) and have played around with several others and I can confidently say this is by a mile the best smart watch ever available to Android users. The new OS is really beautiful (why did it take so long to finally get here?), the performance with the new processor is incredibly snappy (I’ve yet to experience any lag), the aesthetic is perfect for my taste (Galaxy Watch 4 Classic), and the rotating bezel is so satisfying to use (the build quality is super premium). The selection of health sensors is really impressive and so far seem to work well, and now Google Maps, Google Pay, and Android Messages are available via the Play Store.If you are at all interested in owning a smart watch and are an Android user please don’t waste your time with any other smart watch. At least at the time of writing this review the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic are the only reasonable choice. I’ve used various Apple Watches and was always openly envious of iPhone users for having such a great smart watch platform. In my opinion this watch matches up with the Apple Watch Series 6 extremely well. Thank you Samsung and Google for FINALLY putting out a smartwatch that is worth the money.

  10. GeddyLeeIsARatMan

    I’ve owned a few Android compatible smart watches in the past (Huawei Watch and Galaxy Watch Active 2) and have played around with several others and I can confidently say this is by a mile the best smart watch ever available to Android users. The new OS is really beautiful (why did it take so long to finally get here?), the performance with the new processor is incredibly snappy (I’ve yet to experience any lag), the aesthetic is perfect for my taste (Galaxy Watch 4 Classic), and the rotating bezel is so satisfying to use (the build quality is super premium). The selection of health sensors is really impressive and so far seem to work well, and now Google Maps, Google Pay, and Android Messages are available via the Play Store.If you are at all interested in owning a smart watch and are an Android user please don’t waste your time with any other smart watch. At least at the time of writing this review the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic are the only reasonable choice. I’ve used various Apple Watches and was always openly envious of iPhone users for having such a great smart watch platform. In my opinion this watch matches up with the Apple Watch Series 6 extremely well. Thank you Samsung and Google for FINALLY putting out a smartwatch that is worth the money.

  11. sumtingwongmang

    Day 1 we are at 1 star and I will tell why….Pros:- Looks and feels like a quality smart watch.- Super responsive screen and the display appears to be top notch.- Samsung wearable app is clean and easy to setup.Cons:- requires you to download the Samsung health app but the app setup is garbage. It guides you towards enabling 2fa but either errors out or closes the app.- you have to have a Samsung phone in order to use the ecg function.Smart watches can be super gorgeous and built with the best specs, but if the required apps lead to a negative customer experience then the product is no good.

  12. sumtingwongmang

    Day 1 we are at 1 star and I will tell why….Pros:- Looks and feels like a quality smart watch.- Super responsive screen and the display appears to be top notch.- Samsung wearable app is clean and easy to setup.Cons:- requires you to download the Samsung health app but the app setup is garbage. It guides you towards enabling 2fa but either errors out or closes the app.- you have to have a Samsung phone in order to use the ecg function.Smart watches can be super gorgeous and built with the best specs, but if the required apps lead to a negative customer experience then the product is no good.

  13. John

    It take a lot of time to make your set upit would be better if there were a user manual

  14. Shiam Whatiam

    During setup will not allow any North Americans Countries, Canada, Mexico or US.I had to enter Puerto Rico. I’m not sure the warranty will be good. I need to call Samsung. Also Samsung Pay is locked out ?? I might be sending this back.I’ll update soon. The Health App keeps defaulting to Metric.. It could be my ignorance.I have found no way to change the health app to use miles instead of KM..

  15. Sherri

    Made in Vietnam. Warranty will not be valid in the U.S. (I was notified of this when I called Samsung to ask questions about setting the watch up.

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