Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic images reveal stunning retro design


The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 could be dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, according to a new report sharing the specs and renderings of the supposed smartwatch.

While Samsung has confirmed that its next smartwatch will run its One UI Watch platform in addition to Google’s unified Wear OS software, we don’t know what the smartwatch’s design might look like – we’ve only heard that it will keep. the beloved rotating bezel.

But now Android titles has released several alleged images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, showing the upcoming smartwatch from all angles and giving it an official name.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic

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In addition to the images, Android Headlines revealed that the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be available in three sizes: 42mm, 44mm and 46mm. The latest Galaxy Watch was available in just 41mm and 45mm.

It will also be offered in stainless steel or aluminum in simple white, black and gray color options. The finishes look a lot simpler than the iconic rose-bronze option on the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3, but maybe that’s why Samsung calls it “Classic.”

Samsung Galaxy Watch Classic

(Image credit: Android Titles)

The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be rated at 5ATM and certified for MIL-STD-810G durability as well. These specs are pretty standard for smartwatches these days, but it’s still a great piece of information to learn ahead of launch.

Galaxy Watch Classic 4 vs. Galaxy Watch Active 4

According to the report from Android Headline, the classic version of the next-gen smartwatch will always be accompanied by the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 4. We have recently seen alleged renderings of the fitness-focused smartwatch following a language of similar design.

The Classic and Active models both feature a redesigned bezel that allows for a seamless transition from the smartwatch chassis to silicone straps. The pair of crown buttons also appear to sport a uniform, oblong shape.

The Active version doesn’t appear to have a physical bezel, but it will likely be cheaper than the classic model. The Galaxy Watch 3 started at $ 399 while the Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 started at $ 249. Most rumors indicate that both models will be available in LTE versions, which will also cost more.

Assuming both smartwatches are set to debut, we’re taking a look at a loaded hardware part of Samsung’s upcoming Unpacked keynote. The company has not confirmed such an event, but it usually hosts one in August.


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