As expected, Samsung introduced a new Galaxy Watch at its Unpacked 2018 event this morning in New York. 
The new watch marks a break from Samsung's original Gear line of watches and appears designed to rival the next Apple Watch and Google's expected Wear OS smartwatch. 

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Available in two different sizes -- 42mm ($330) and 46mm ($350) Circular, rotating bezelStandalone LTE connectivity with call and text supportAMOLED displayColors include Rose Gold, Silver and Midnight BlackOver 60,000 watch faces available from the Galaxy App StoreHigh-res analog display with intergated touch functionMilitary-grade Corning Gorilla DX+ glass5 ATM water resistance Stress management features21 indoor exercises, 39 tracked workoutsBattery life: "several days on a single charge"Sold in 15+ countries on 30+ carriers (including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon)Available on August 24
The company also debuted the Wireless Charger Duo, which can charge the watch and the new Note 9 simultaneously. Apple has announced a similar device, powered by its AirPower technology, which could debut this fall alongside the next generation of iPhones. 

In the US, the 42mm version will start at $330 and the 46mm at $350. They will be available starting Aug. 24 at Amazon, Best Buy and Samsung.com. Orders on Samsung.com before September 8, 2018 will receive a free Samsung watch band.

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This story will be updated as additional details are announced.