Samsung Galaxy Watch4 new renders have divulged details about the upcoming watch’s specifications. They also reveal the design. Samsung Galaxy Watch4 has been floating around the rumor mill for quite some time now. The hotly-anticipated wearable has been subject to multiple leaks and speculations surrounding its design. Some recently-surfaced renders have given us a glimpse of the impending smartwatch’s design from various angles. Samsung is expected to unveil the Galaxy Watch4 during the MWC (Mobile World Congress), which is slated to take place on June 28.
The smartwatch was expected to hit the store shelves in August this year. According to renowned tipster Max Weinbach, the watch would come with a BIA sensor.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Recent Leaks
Previously surfaced leaks suggest that the South Korean tech giant will announce the Galaxy Watch Active4 along with the Samsung Galaxy Watch4. However, recent reports imply that the Galaxy Watch4 and Watch Active4 are actually one and the same device. The launch of the Galaxy Watch4 is just around the corner. A reliable industry source has shared a myriad of exclusive renders of the smartwatch just ahead of launch.
Aside from showing the smartwatch from various angles, these renders have also confirmed that the device will indeed carry the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 moniker, which can be seen in the official branding from the company.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Key Specs Revealed
Aside from giving us a glimpse of the design, the aforesaid renders reveal some of the key specs of the Galaxy Watch4. The upcoming wearable seems to sport a distinctively different design to its predecessor, the Galaxy Watch 3. The design seems to bear a striking resemblance to the Galaxy Watch Active 2. However, the official branding has confirmed that Samsung will be getting rid of the Active moniker for the new series of smartwatches.
Some of the key specs have been mentioned at the back of the watch, as can be seen in the leaked renders. The watch will go up for grabs in two sizes including, 40mm and 44mm. It will be 5ATM water resistance. Furthermore, the Galaxy Watch4 will have a MIL-STD 810G level of durability. It also has GPS and Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. The wearable will be available in several eye-catching color options such as rose gold, dark green, silver, and black.
The right edge of the wearable houses two buttons. Samsung has already confirmed that it will be combining its Tizen OS with Google Wear OS for its upcoming smartwatches.
The company claims that the new operating system will enable enhanced performance and battery life for its upcoming wearables. You can expect more details about the Galaxy Watch4 to surface online before the launch event.