Samsung will unveil two new smartwatches—Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 4—in August. The 3D CAD renders of the Galaxy Watch Active 4 were leaked a couple of days ago. Now, the first official renders of the Galaxy Watch 4 have been leaked for the first time, revealing all the colors the smartwatch would be available in.
The first official renders of the Galaxy Watch 4 were published by 91Mobiles. It looks like Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartwatch has a metal case with two flat buttons on the side. The buttons do not follow the same design that is featured on the Galaxy Watch 3. The Galaxy Watch 4 will be available in at least four case colors: black, olive green, rose gold, and silver.
We can also see the smartwatch’s heart rate sensor in some images. The top button has a red tint, which means that these are the LTE versions of the Galaxy Watch 4. All these variants of the smartwatch have silicon bands, which are easily replaceable. We can also see at least four new attractive watch faces, and one of those features Samsung’s AR Emojis.
Traditionally, the non-Active variant of the Galaxy Watch comes with a rotating bezel, but it is not visible in these Galaxy Watch 4 images. Apparently, the Galaxy Watch 4 will reportedly come in two variants this year, one with a rotating bezel and the other without it. These images could be of the variant without the rotating bezel.
Galaxy Watch 4 features, specs
The Galaxy Watch 4 sports a circular Super AMOLED display, and the device comes in two sizes. Samsung has confirmed that its next-generation smartwatches will run Google’s brand new Wear OS instead of Tizen. We had revealed a few weeks ago that the Galaxy Watch 4 will come with the One UI 3.x skin on top of Wear OS. It will use the next-gen 5nm Exynos processor.
We can expect Samsung to equip the Galaxy Watch 4 with an accelerometer, barometer, BIA sensor for body fat measurement, compass, GPS, gyro, heart rate monitor, SpO2 tracking, and sleep tracking. It also features Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 5.0 with LE, loudspeaker, and microphone. It is expected to feature two-day battery life and wireless charging.
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