Next month, during the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3 launch event, the Korean manufacturer is also set to unveil its new watch, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.
In recent weeks, too much information has been published about it – such as visuals or some features – now, videos of the digital watch have been leaked to Twitter. This Monday, American leaker Evan Blass posted three videos of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 – one per color – allowing you to discover its design in 360 degrees.
This appears to be the “Classic” version of the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4, as we can discover a crown around the screen. As on the Galaxy Watch 3, it would be used to navigate the watch’s menus, while the “active” version would be devoid of it.
As for colors, the videos show three versions of the Galaxy Watch 4: two with a shiny metal case – black or gray bracelet – and one with a black case and bracelet. In all three cases, it’s a silicone wristband that appears to have been introduced by Samsung. These are the same colors here as seen in a Previous Android Authority Leak, suggesting that only these three shades will be offered at the launch of the watch. The straps also appear to have simple temples with a quick release system, confirming that it will be easy to replace the watch straps.
On the right side we should also find two buttons, as in the previous version. On the Galaxy watch 3, the bottom button allowed access to all installed apps, while the top button allowed you to go back. It’s still unclear whether the same functions will be allocated to the same keys on the Galaxy Watch 4 given the OS change.
The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 will be the first watch from the Korean manufacturer to benefit from the new version of Wear OS, resulting from the merger with Tizen. The watch will always retain its originality, as Samsung has specified that it will be distinguished in particular by a One UI interface modeled on the smartphone version.
It’s the August 11th that Samsung is to officially unveil its new watch. It should be available in two versions: Classic and Active.