Samsung’s all-new Galaxy Watch is finally going on sale today with the device offering a new look and plenty of extra features.

This latest wearable arrives in two sizes including 42 and 46mm models and there’s three colour options to choose from.

All of the Galaxy Watch styles feature improved fitness tracking, more power and better durability.

In fact, the Galaxy Watch can survive in up to 50 meters of water which makes it far more robust than its predecessor.

Those opting for the lager model will also get a seven-day battery life which is one of the best currently on the market.

Even the smaller 42mm will last four days which eclipses the all-day battery life offered by the Apple Watch.

If you fancy the Galaxy Watch here’s how much it will cost you.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Bluetooth:

46mm Silver – £299 • 42mm Midnight Black – £279 • 42mm Rose Gold – £279

If that sounds like too much to pay in one lump sum there is a way to spread the cost.

EE is currently offering customers the option of purchasing the watch on an Add to Plan, allowing them to spread the cost of the device interest-free over 11 monthly payments.

This means you can get the 42mm model for just £25 per month and the 46mm for £26 per month.

There is a small upfront fee of £4 (42mm) or £13 (46mm) to pay but this is a good way of spreading the cost.

Before you hit the buy button today it is worth noting that Samsung will launch a 4G connected Galaxy Watch later this year.

This device allows you to call, text and access online services without the need for a phone.

EE will be the first UK network to support the 4G Samsung Galaxy Watch when it launches.

Pricing and availability for the 4G Samsung Galaxy Watch will, no doubt, be announced soon.