In the sixth generation, the Galaxy Watch has an increased minimum screen diagonal (from 1.2 to 1.31 inches), a new, more powerful Exynos W930 processor and more RAM. The watch has multiple workout programs and an advanced suite of health tracking tools, including bioimpedance analysis (BIA) and atrial fibrillation detection. Compared to the fifth generation, there are not so many changes; rather, this is a normal evolutionary development.

Samsung Galaxy Watch6 runs the latest version of Wear OS (One UI Watch shell) with a pack of new dials, slightly modified sports programs and improved sleep and heart analysis systems. Otherwise, these are high-quality smart watches with an impressive number of built-in sensors, a dust- and moisture-protected case (IP68 and MIL-STD-810H), all modern wireless interfaces, GPS, contactless payment and a built-in battery that can hold a charge for 1-2 days.

The sixth generation Galaxy Watch lineup includes 2 modifications: sports and classic. The classic watch features a minimalist steel case with a rotating bezel, leather strap and sapphire crystal. Color options - classic variations of black and white. Dimensions - 43 or 47 mm. In turn, the sports version of the Galaxy Watch6 has a body made of aluminum, no rotating bezel, and the main strap is silicone. Dimensions - 40 or 44 mm. As has become common recently, some watches are equipped with a built-in LTE receiver with e-SIM, so they can be used for voice calls without being tied to Samsung smartphones.