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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Images Reveals A Traditional Design.

providing a rotating bezel, 3 sizes, and a trio of colours.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Images Reveals A Traditional Design.

Images of the Samsung Galaxy Watch four classics have leaked online, providing us with our first look at what could be the more historically-styled entry in Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch lineup. The pictures, posted on Android Headlines, display a smartwatch with a rotating bezel and buttons on its right-hand side, available in white, grey, and black.

The watch will reportedly be available in 3 sizes in general: 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm, and will run on the smartwatch platform co-advanced by Samsung and Google. The watch will even reportedly be available in either stainless steel or aluminum, may be waterproof up to an intensity of fifty meters (thanks to a 5ATM rating), and have to be rugged to a MIL-STD-810G certification.

Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic surfaces in leaked image

The Galaxy Watch 4 classic appears to be one of at least two smartwatch models Samsung plans to announce for this summer season. There may also be a non-traditional Galaxy Watch 4 on the way, which foregoes the rotating bezel in favor of a slimmer design that resembles Samsung’s previous energetic-branded smartwatches (in fact, some leaks claim this watch is called the Galaxy Watch Lively Four).The non-classic model will reportedly be available in 40mm and 44mm sizes, and will also have the characteristics of 5ATM water resistance and MIL-STD 810G sturdiness.

Samsung's premium Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has leaked and it looks fantastic  - TechNewsBoy.com

Regardless of how these watches are branded, it appears that Samsung will have a busy summer ahead of its new smartwatch announcements.According to Android Headlines, the new watches will be unveiled at an Unpacked event in early August, and they will most likely include the brand new Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z 5G foldables, which have also recently been leaked.

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