Renders of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 4 has surfaced on the internet courtesy of OnLeaks and GizNext, giving us a first look at Samsung’s first WearOS smartwatch. The next generation WearOS Samsung smartwatches are expected to be announced on June 28th at the company’s “reimagining smartwatches” event.
The renders show a watch with edge to edge and a flatter display. The rotating crown or bezel is missing from the picture, just like the previous iterations; instead, it’s expected to have two buttons on the right-hand side. Moreover, it looks like Samsung will be moving to proprietary straps with its new offering.
GizNext report suggests that the Galaxy Watch Active 4 will be released in two different sizes, 44mm and 40mm, and in black, silver, green and gold colours. There’s seems to be some confusion regarding the gold colour as SamMobile reports that the gold colour of Galaxy Watch Active 4 will be more of rose gold, but the renders show a yellow gold model.
Meanwhile, IceUniverse suggested that the Watch Active 4 will be running TizenWear OS 2 (the new Android Wear-based TizenOS). Moreover, it will be powered 5nm processor and will come with a 2D glass with narrower bezels. All this seems to corroborate GizNext’s report. In reply to InceUniverse, Roland Quandt suggested that the watch will come in aluminium and stainless steel casings.