Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 5 watches arrive in Israel

Samsung launches the series of watches in IsraelGalaxy Watch 5 Its new, which comes in the current generation in 3 versions, including a brand new Pro version that comes with an extremely durable titanium body, a 1.4 inch screen and a huge 590mAh battery for an extremely long usage time.

Alongside them, the company in Israel is also launching theGalaxy Buds 2 Prothe company’s latest generation of noise-cancelling TWS headphones, which supports HiFi sound and offers a long battery life of up to 29 hours.

The Galaxy Watch 5 watches

Only a week after their announcement alongside the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 4 devices, of which we were able to get a first impression, the new Samsung smart watch series lands in Israel and replaces the previous Galaxy Watch 4 models, while it also separates The Classic model with the rotating dial, which we previously reviewed, in favor of a new and hardened Pro version.

The new Galaxy Watch 5 watch series includes three models:

  • The Galaxy Watch 5 model – comes in a size of 40 mm with a 1.2 inch screen.
  • The Galaxy Watch 5 model – comes in a size of 44 mm with a 1.4 inch screen.
  • The Galaxy Watch 5 Pro model – comes in a size of 45 mm with a 1.4 inch screen.

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Galaxy Watch 5 Pro (photo: Ronen Mendzicki)

The three models come with extremely durable sapphire glass, and are water and dust resistant under the 5ATM and IP68 standards, in addition to the US Army’s MIL-STD-810G standard for increased durability, when unlike the regular models, the Pro model even comes with a body Made of titanium.

The new watches come with Google’s latest Wear OS system and the updated One UI Watch 4.5 interface, run on Samsung’s dual-core Exynos W920 chip and offer monitoring of the various indicators using the company’s BioActive sensor, including heart rate (PPG) , ECG meter and more.

The new models come with batteries with a 13% improved capacity compared to the previous generation and a huge 590mAh battery in the new Pro model.

The Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones

For lovers of high-quality audio, Samsung brings the new Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones that replace the original Galaxy Buds Pro model with an improved design and 15% smaller, when they use a pair of drivers (woofer and tweeter) for improved audio quality with audio support In 24bit HiFi audio, 360 surround sound and improved noise cancellation (ANC) with 3dB greater noise reduction than the previous one.

The headphones come with IPX7 water resistance and use updated Bluetooth 5.3 connectivity along with support for the Samsung Seamless Codec HiFi designed to transmit high quality audio on supported Samsung devices. In terms of their usage time, the headphones will offer their users up to 8 hours of use on a single charge and up to 29 hours of use with the charging case without active noise filtering, while with noise filtering the battery time drops to up to 5 and 18 hours respectively.

Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones (source Samsung)
Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones (source Samsung)

Prices in Israel

Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch 5 series is available for purchase At a price starting from 1125 and 1225 NIS For the 40 and 44 mm versions of the regular Galaxy Watch 5 and a price of starting at 1775 NIS For the Pro model, when the price of the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones is NIS 775.

For the full list: Galaxy Watch 5 | Galaxy Buds 2 Pro headphones

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