Samsung is expected to release two smartwatches in August: the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Watch 4 Classic.
Giving us our best look at the smartwatch yet, official-looking images of the wearable have leaked courtesy of AndroidHeadlines, showcasing the Galaxy Watch 4’s design and colours. As the name suggests, the Watch Classic is more traditionally built with a rotating bezel and two physical buttons on the right side of the watch.
These buttons will make navigating the new operating system created jointly by Google and Samsung much easier. The images also reveal that the traditional-design smartwatch will be available in three colours: white, grey and black.
According to the report, Samsung is ditching its two-size-per-watch tradition and is offering the Classic watch in 42, 44 and 46mm sizes, along with options for the watch’s body to be made of stainless steel or aluminum.
The Galaxy Watch 4 will also reportedly be water-resistant up to 50 metres (5ATM) and feature MIL-STD-810G certification. Adding to the toughness is wearables’ the durable Gorilla Glass DX and Gorilla Glass DX+ dsiplay. According to the report, the stainless steel versions will include Gorilla Glass DX, while the aluminum variants feature Gorilla Glass DX+.
While no exact price has leaked yet, the report does suggest that the watch should cost more than $500 (roughly $622 CAD). Check some of the leaked Galaxy Watch 4 Classic images below:
Image credit: AndroidHeadlines