- The leak appears to show the first live photo of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
- These pictures also briefly introduce Samsung’s Wear OS interface.
- You should learn more in Unpacked on August 11.
These images seem to reveal the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic in line with the rumors, including its traditional-looking bezel (black or silver steel) and the strap that extends to the case. According to reports, Classic will provide 42 mm and 46 mm waterproof housing sizes, both of which will use a large-capacity 361 mAh battery, the new Exynos W920 chip, 1.5GB of memory and 16GB of storage space.
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These two examples also show Samsung One UI Watch running on real hardware, if only some introductory screens. The complete interface is expected to use the elements of Tizen software to transform Google’s Wear OS.
Samsung is expected to launch Classic and regular Galaxy Watch 4 at the Unpacked event on August 11, and release it soon. The price of a high-end watch may be US$399, which is about US$100 higher than a regular watch.
As long as the photos are accurate, Classic does not seem to be a complete transformation of the Galaxy Watch hardware formula. However, this is not necessarily a bad thing. This shows that Samsung will stick to the generally popular external design, while focusing on improving software and performance-these areas clearly require the most upgrades.