The latest installment to the Samsung and Thom Browne Galaxy collection is here: the rhodium plated Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic Thom Browne Edition. This device joins the recently announced Thom Browne Z Flip3 and Z Fold3 in the portfolio of limited-edition mobile products. The Galaxy Watch4 Classic Thom Browne Edition will be available for purchase in limited quantities starting September 29th for $799.99 on

Since debuting the first Thom Browne edition Galaxy device during New York Fashion week in 2020 with the Galaxy Z Flip, Samsung and Thom Browne have continued to expand their partnership to build a luxurious collection of high fashion and technological innovations. Since then, the iconic designer has painted his timeless style across two sold-out collections with Samsung and set the stage for iconic creativity.

The Galaxy Watch4 Classic Thom Brown Edition will be released as a 42mm Bluetooth model, combining the classic style and design offered by Thom Browne with the pioneering digital versatility of Samsung. It was uniquely crafted with rare, premium rhodium plating and sports the designer’s signature colors.

Its three interchangeable straps—leather, rubber and fabric— and five preloaded Thom Browne watch faces, provide for a more personalized style. The new addition also supports customizable features—enabling you to change backgrounds, hands and indexes.

A New Generation of Smartwatch: Galaxy Watch4 Series

Available in Bluetooth and LTE options, the Galaxy Watch4 series allows for you to stay connected while on the go – check email, make calls and respond to messages. And with Samsung’s brand-new One UI Watch, and Wear OS Powered by Samsung, we’ve made the smartwatch and Galaxy experience even more seamless. With One UI Watch, compatible apps are automatically installed on your watch when downloaded on your phone[1], and your important settings – like do not disturb hours and blocked callers – are synced instantly. Built by Samsung and Google, Wear OS Powered by Samsung is a cutting-edge platform that lets you tap into an expansive ecosystem right from your wrist – with popular Google apps[2] like Google Maps, and Galaxy services, like Samsung Pay, SmartThings and Bixby.

The latest series of Samsung smartwatches also feature a holistic suite of wellness tools to measure your blood oxygen[3], stress, water intake, and sleep patterns[4],[5], all from your wrist. And with Samsung’s new Body Composition measurement tool[6],[7], track your fitness progress with key measurements for skeletal muscle mass, basal metabolic rate, body water and body fat percentage.

For more details on the Galaxy Watch4 series, Galaxy Watch4 Classic Thom Browne Edition, and the latest additions to the Thom Browne collection, please visit

[1] Limited to watch-compatible apps downloaded via Google Play Store. Available after connecting your watch to a smartphone. Requires the latest version of Google Play Store on your connected device.
[2] App availability may vary
[3] The Blood Oxygen (SpO2) feature is not intended for use in the diagnosis of disease or other conditions, or in the cure, mitigation, treatment or prevention of disease. It is currently not available in Algeria, Angola, Canada, France, Iran, Libya, Japan, South Africa and Thailand.
[4] Requires Samsung Health app version 6.18 to view history
[5]  Intended for general wellness and fitness purposes only. Not intended for use in detection, diagnosis, treatment of any medical condition or disease. The measurements are for your personal reference only. Please consult a medical professional for advice.
[6] Intended for general wellness and fitness purposes only. Not intended for use in detection, diagnosis, or
treatment of any medical condition or disease. The measurements are for the user’s personal reference only.
[7] Do not measure your body composition if you have an implanted pacemaker or other implanted medical devices. Do not measure your body composition if you are pregnant. Measurement results may not be accurate if you are under 20 years old. Availability of this feature may vary by country or region.