The Galaxy Watch 4 price may have been revealed, and it's steep

Over the last two weeks, we've seen countless rumors and official-looking renders for everything from the Galaxy Z Fold 3 to the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4. This includes Samsung's Galaxy Buds 2, which are expected to replace the Galaxy Buds+ as some of the best wireless earbuds that money can buy. And now, we might have a better idea of how much the Galaxy Watch 4, Watch 4 Classic, and Galaxy Buds 2 will cost thanks to MySmartPrice.

Kicking things off, the Galaxy Watch 4 is expected to arrive in two different sizes, with the smaller 40mm version priced between EUR 350 (~$415) and EUR 370 (~$439). The larger 44mm version is expected to be priced between EUR 380 (~$450) and EUR 400 (~$475). But things only go up from here.

As for the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic that has been making its rounds, it seems that the 42mm model could start around EUR 470 (~$558) and go up to around EUR 500 (~$593) for the larger 46mm version. There have also been rumors about a 44mm variant being made, but pricing and more details for that model are currently unknown.

Before you grab your pitchforks and start protesting these prices right away, it's important to note that the pricing usually varies per region. So if the Galaxy Watch 4 launches at EUR 350 in certain regions, it will likely be around $350 here in the States. That's not always the case, but it is a trend that we've seen in the past.

When you take into consideration that the Galaxy Watch 3 launched at $400, it would not (and should not) come as a surprise to see these higher prices. Samsung will be swinging for the fences with its next smartwatch, as it will be the first of which to be powered by the new One UI Watch operating system. This is based on the collaboration with Google announced at I/O 2021 and will be available on all of Samsung's smartwatches as the company moves away from Tizen OS.

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