The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic has just surfaced in first hands-on images. We’ve seen this device several times by now, and we’ve exclusively shared one of the best leaks thus far. This is the first time we’re seeing real-life images of the device, though.
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic hands-on images surface for the first time
Both 91mobiles and Max Weinbach shared images of the watch. Weinbach did share non-watermarked images, and one extra image as well, though, so those are the ones we’re using here. You can check them out in the gallery below.
These three images are showing the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic in both Black and Silver / White variants. You can clearly see the buttons on the right side, and even part of the watch band on each device.
You can also see part of the UI thanks to these pics. Not much is shown here, but at least you can get a glimpse of the new Wear OS that Google co-developed with Samsung.
These images also re-confirm that the Watch 4 Classic will be made out of metal. That is something we basically knew, but these images pretty much confirm it. The watch bands on the two devices seem to be made out of leather.
This watch will arrive on August 11, with a bunch of other devices
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic is expected to launch on August 11. That will be a really busy day for Samsung and us as well, as the company is planning to launch quite a few devices.
Aside from the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, the Galaxy Watch 4 is also coming. The same goes for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, Z Flip 3, and Buds 2. The Galaxy S21 FE will likely arrive in October.
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will come with 5ATM water resistance, and it will likely offer Gorilla Glass DX+ protection. GPS is expected to be included, and more. The Galaxy Watch 4 won’t arrive with Tizen, in case you didn’t know, it will offer Wear OS 3.0, as mentioned earlier.