Galaxy Watch 4 Classic Specs Have Been Revealed

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We’ve seen quite a few Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic rumors and leaks thus far. We’ve even shared our exclusive leak of the watch a while back. Well, now, WinFuture actually shared the specs that you can expect the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic to sport.

Check out the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic specs

Considering the source’s track record, we’d say these specs are spot on. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is coming in two variants, 42mm and 46mm options. This is not uncommon for Samsung’s smartwatches.

The smaller variant will feature a 1.19-inch display, while the larger one will include a 1.36-inch panel. Both of those displays will be round, and the two watches will look the same, save for the size difference.


Another difference in regards to their specs comes down to the battery size. The smaller watch will include a smaller battery, a 247mAh unit. The 46mm Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will feature a 361mAh battery.

The dimensions of the 42mm variant are 41.5 x 41.5 x 11.2mm, while the 46mm model will measure 45.5 x 45.5 x 11mm. The weight of the smaller watch is still unknown, but the larger model will weigh 110 grams.

Those are all the differences between them, the rest of the specs are the same for both models. The Samsung Exynos W920 SoC will fuel the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.


The Gorilla Glass DX will be included, and the same goes for 1.5GB of RAM

The watch will include a 450 x 450 Super AMOLED display, with Corning’s Gorilla Glass DX protection. Wear OS 3.0 will come pre-installed, along with One UI Watch 3.5 skin on top of it.

Samsung will include 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. Bluetooth 5.0 will also be a part of the picture, and the same goes for WiFi, NFC, GPS, and so on.

Both Google Pay and Samsung Pay will be supported, while a heart rate sensor will be included. SpO2 sensor will also be a part of the package, and the watch will be able to monitor your sleep.


5ATM certification will be included, and the same goes for IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. To top it all off, the MIL-STD-810G rating will guarantee the build quality of the watch.

Both watches will feature a rotating crown, needless to say… a physical one. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will launch on August 11, alongside the Watch 4, Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3, and Buds 2.