Samsung is gearing up for the launch of two new smartwatches. According to recent reports, the Galaxy Watch 4 Active will launch as the Galaxy Watch 4. Samsung’s second smartwatch rumoured to launch alongside is the Watch 4 Classic. Details of the vanilla Watch 4 have leaked in the past. The wearable will sport a circular dial and come in four colour options. Samsung is yet to announce the official launch date of the two smartwatches. While we wait for that, some key details of the Watch 4 Classic have leaked online. A new report has revealed the Classic variant’s design and some key features. Let’s take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic’s design, specs, and other details.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic renders
Samsung could launch the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic alongside the standard variant very soon. The Classic model’s design renders have leaked ahead of the official launch. The render images uploaded by Android Headlines reveals that the Classic variant of the Watch 4 will have a circular design with a rotating bezel, which was found on the Watch 2 Active. The rotating bezel will help navigate through the menu and perform other functions as well.
Android Headlines claims that the Classic model will launch in three sizes – 42mm, 44mm and 46mm. The screen will have a layer of Gorilla Glass DX or DX+ on top for better scratch resistance. It will also come with a water resistance rating of 5ATM and MIL-STD-810G durability rating. Samsung will launch its new smartwatches with a mix of Tizen OS and Google’s Wear OS.
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will launch in three colours – White, Black, and Grey. Samsung will launch the smartwatch in aluminium and stainless steel variants. There is no official word on the device’s launch date at the moment. It is rumoured to launch alongside the vanilla Watch 4 on August 3. Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech previously claimed that the new Galaxy smartwatch will go on sale in select markets starting August 11.
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