Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 ClassicSource: Android Headlines

What you need to know

  • Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has leaked online in new 360-degree renders.
  • The renders show off the smartwatch in three colorways: Gray, White, and Black.
  • The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is tipped to arrive in 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm sizes.

We recently got our first look at the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, which is believed to be a follow-up to Samsung's best Android smartwatch. The upcoming smartwatch has now leaked again in 360-degree renders, courtesy of the ever-reliable Evan Blass.

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/1411726503205822471

Although the 360-degree renders don't reveal anything new, they do give us a better idea of the design of the upcoming smartwatch. As per the leak, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will have a circular display with a rotating bezel and two buttons on the right side. It will be available in three color options at launch: White, Black, and Gray.

The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is said to come in three sizes: 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm. In addition to an IP68 rating for dust and water resistance, it may also carry a MIL-STD-810G certification.

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The smartwatch is tipped to start at around €470 in Europe for the 42mm version. Samsung's standard Galaxy Watch 4, on the other hand, will be slightly more affordable with a starting price of around €350.

Both the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Classic are expected to be unveiled at Samsung's next Unpacked event in early August. Along with the new Wear OS-powered watches, the company is also expected to launch the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Buds 2 at the same event.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

Samsung Galaxy Watch 3

Samsung's Galaxy Watch 3 is a truly impressive smartwatch that offers a ton of health-focused features. You get an EKG and blood pressure sensor, a vibrant AMOLED display that works well outdoors, as well as solid battery life.

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