In the last few days, there’s been a massive onslaught of leaks showing us everything Samsung is going to announce at its Unpacked event next month, including the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The element of surprise has been completely destroyed, and that prompted Samsung to start sending out copyright claim strikes to leakers according to some recent reports. Well, we’ve now got a fresh batch of Galaxy Watch 4 information and pictures, and this time, it’s Amazon that’s providing them.
The latest Galaxy Watch 4 ‘leak’ comes from a place Samsung didn’t expect
A cached version of the Amazon Canada website, spotted by WinFuture, has the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic listed in all their sizes (40mm, 42mm, and 46mm), along with multiple official renders of the watches in black and silver, some specs, and even pricing. Amazon also reveals that the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic – the model with Samsung’s awesome physical rotating bezel — will be made of stainless steel while the Galaxy Watch 4 (the Active model) will be made of aluminum.
Screen sizes will be 1.36 inches and 1.19 inches for the 44/46mm and 40/42mm variants respectively, and battery capacities are 361mAh and 247 mAh. Amazon also confirms that the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be able to measure your body composition, in addition to tracking your sleep, heart rate, and VO2 Max. EEG and blood pressure monitoring are likely to be on-board as well, though these probably still won’t be available in all markets right out of the box.
The cheapest Galaxy Watch 4 model (40mm aluminum) listed by Amazon starts at CA$309 (Canadian dollars), which translates to just under US$250. The stainless steel Galaxy Watch 4 Classic 46mm is listed for CA$463.88, which translates to around $370. These prices are lower than what previous leaks have suggested, but we would still recommend waiting for the watches to officially launch before getting excited about how much you might have to spend to put one on your wrist.