The latest set of leaks from 91Mobiles has just fully revealed Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Watch4. These renders are allegedly official ones from Samsung that show every angle of the unannounced smartwatch and leave nothing to the imagination.
Previously rumored as the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Active, the renders confirm that Samsung will call it the “Galaxy Watch4”, allegedly.
The renders also reveal more specs about the Watch4. The back of the watch body shows text that shows the Watch4 will come in 40 mm and 44 mm sizes. In addition, 5ATM water resistance, MIL-STD 810G compliance, GPS, and Gorilla Glass DX+ protection are also prominently featured here.
The design of the Watch4 appears to be a departure from the Watch3, its rotating bezel, and its overall chunkiness. The new Watch4 looks to borrow design language from the Galaxy Watch2 Active with its sleeker look and curvier lines. The sides of the watch body curve with to the shape of the wrist and the strap fastens just like the Watch Active2. There are two physical buttons on the right side, and the watch may still feature a touch-sensitive bezel like the Active2.
The renders show multiple band colors including white, green, black, red, and yellow with a silver, black, or mystic bronze watch body.
We still don’t know what the new unified Wear OS will look like. Although there are some watch faces visible in the renders, they don’t really show any of the underlying software. It’s expected that Google will reveal more about the unified Wear OS later this year, but we don’t know how late. We hope to hear more about the unified Wear OS platform when Samsung supposedly launches the Watch4, which is rumored to happen in early August.