Galaxy Watch 6: How is the Classic model different from the standard one?

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Watch 6 series in its Galaxy Watch lineup during the launch event organized by Samsung. The Galaxy Watch 6 and Watch 6 classic both look amazing, but do you know which watch is worth buying? So here in this article, we have a comparison between the two watches and how they are different from each other. 

For your information, The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic is very different from the standard one. The Watch 6 Classic comes with two size variants, 47mm, and 43mm, respectively, whereas the Watch 6 comes with 40mm and 44mm size variants. 

Along with the sizes, there are several other features: the Classic variant is packed with more other features which are different from the Standard one. These include a rotating bezel in the classic variant, impressive health features, several sensors, and more.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 Classic vs Galaxy Watch 6:


The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic has a thin rotating bezel around its display, while the standard variant has no such bezel. However, both variants come with a sapphire glass AMOLED display.

Software & processors:

The Galaxy Watch’s both variants(Classic and the standard) are powered by Samsung’s efficient Exynos W930 processor and are equipped with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. 

Galaxy Watch 6 Classic and the standard variants are both equipped with the Wear OS 4-based One UI 5 Watch powered by Samsung. Also, both the Watch variants are equipped with similar battery life. 

The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic gets various health features and various sensors:

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 classic exclusively arrived with various health features, including a pedometer, SPO2, heart rate monitor, ECG, calorimeter, and sleep tracker are included, and it has various sensor options like Accelerometer, Magnetometer, Barometer, Gyroscope, Compass, and temperature.

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