Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic.
The new pair of practical photos not only show what the Classic version of the smartwatch will look like but also what the user interface will look like.
Both photos from 91mobiles show only some of the settings. At first glance, the interface elements are noticeably different compared to the traditional aesthetics of the Wear OS, according to this IT magazine. This is Samsung’s Tizen over Wear OS, the first such software for both wearable technology platforms.
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Specs
The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic comes in silver and black and with several size options. The smartwatch will have two physical buttons, upper and lower, which are expected to be of flat design.
The Galaxy Watch4 comes in two case sizes of 40mm and 44mm, and Galaxy Watch4 Classic also comes in two case sizes but is a bit larger than the Watch 4 at 42mm and 46mm.
- Galaxy Watch 4: 40mm and 44mm, four colors
- Galaxy Watch 4 Classic: 42mm and 46mm, two colors
Although it can’t be seen from static photos, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic also has a physically rotating frame, and that feature won’t be present in a regular Galaxy Watch 4.
- Galaxy Watch 4: 40mm – 1.2-inch, 396 x 396 resolution / 44mm – 1.4-inch, 450 x 450 resolution
- Galaxy Watch 4 Classic: 42mm – 1.19-inch, 396 x 396 resolution / 46mm – 1.4-inch, 450 x 450 resolution
Interest in Samsung’s next smartwatches has grown thanks to confirmation that it will run on Google’s Wear OS, instead of the domestic Tizen OS. In terms of specs, smartwatches are also expected to come with more memory and a faster processor. Google has guaranteed Samsung that it will run faster, have better animations, and last longer. You can use all Google applications on the new Samsung model.
You can measure your blood pressure, how much you breathe during sleep, how much you snore every second, and when you wake up, you know how you slept … The sensors are Sp02, with an electrocardiogram (ECG).
- Galaxy Watch 4: One UI Watch, heart rate monitoring, built-in GPS, waterproofing, NFC
- Galaxy Watch 4 Classic: One UI Watch, heart rate monitoring, built-in GPS, waterproofing, NFC
The Galaxy Watch4 comes in 40 and 44 mm versions – 1.39 inches for smaller and 1.44 inches for larger models. The displays are Super AMOLED panels with 450 x 450p resolution, The Galaxy Watch 4 44mm and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic 46mm models both have a battery capacity of 361mAh, and the Galaxy Watch 4 40mm model and the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic 42mm model have a capacity of 247mAh.
The battery can last for 40 hours.
The watches run on the Exynos W920 chipset, with 1.5GB of RAM and 16GB of space.
- Galaxy Watch 4: Exynos W920 5nm chip, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB storage, Bluetooth and LTE
- Galaxy Watch 4 Classic: Exynos W920 5nm chip, 1.5GB RAM, 16GB storage, Bluetooth and LTE
Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Price
The smartwatch is reported to launch in 40mm, 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm dial sizes. The Watch 4 Classic for a 42mm starts at $349 for the Bluetooth model, rising to $399 for the LTE model, while the Watch 4 is a little less expensive with a starting price for a 40mm model of $249 (or $299 with LTE) and 44mm Galaxy Watch 4, which costs $279 (or $329 with LTE). The previous model the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 cost is $399 for the 41mm model and $429 for the 45mm model.
Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Release Date
Both are available to preorder today, the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be available on August 27. Also, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 will be available on the same date.