Days after the announcement of Samsung’s One UI Watch, the renders of Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has surfaced on the internet courtesy of Android Headlines, which seems to be the successor to last year’s Galaxy Watch 3. This is the first time Samsung is using the “Classic” tag for its smartwatch since the Gear S3 Classic.
From the renders it’s quite evident that the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic comes with the good old rotating bezel and two large buttons on the right. The display is said to be protected by Gorilla Glass DX, and the aluminium models are reported to feature Gorilla Glass DX+. The Galaxy Watch 4 would be running Samsung’s new One UI Watch UI.
Android Headlines also reports that the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be available in three sizes, 42mm, 44mm and 46mm. Samsung has already released 42mm, and 44mm watches earlier, but 46mm would be new for us to wait for. Furthermore, we can see the watch in three colours white, grey, and black. You can also opt between either stainless steel or aluminium. The report also suggests that the watch will be rated at 5ATM, along with MIL-STD-810G certification.
As far as this report is concerned, Samsung’s not shifting to proprietary bands yet. Android Headlines reports that all Galaxy Watch 4 Classic sizes will be compatible with any 20mm watch straps. You will also be getting an S/M and an M/L watch band inside the box.
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be joined by the Galaxy Watch 4, earlier known as Watch 4 Active. The duo is expected to launch sometime in August alongside the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip Z 3.