During a few days, Samsung’s Unpacked 2021 event won’t just be about its two new foldable phones, albeit they’re indeed the highlights. There’ll be other products to be announced, most of which are accessories to travel alongside the phones. The Galaxy Watch 4 could be the more interesting one due to what it’s promised to bring. A replacement pair of hands-on photos show how the Classic version of the smartwatch will look and how the UI might appear.
It’s a tiny sneak peek because both photos from 91mobiles only show parts of the setup process. However, it’s still a touch telling since the UI elements are noticeably different, a minimum of compared to traditional Wear OS aesthetics. This is often Samsung‘s Tizen heal Wear OS, a primary for both wearable platforms.
As for the smartwatches themselves, they stunningly much confirm previous leaks, a minimum of as far as unofficial confirmation goes. The Galaxy Watch 4 Classic will be available in Silver and Black colors and a few size options. The smartwatch will have two physical buttons, top, and bottom, that are the standard flat design.
Although static photos can’t be seen, the Galaxy Watch 4 Classic also features a physical rotating bezel instead of a capacitive one. This feature will be absent from the “regular” Galaxy Watch 4, which has been leaked to be the sportier variant of the 2.
Interest in Samsung’s next smartwatches rose because of confirmation that it’ll be running Wear OS underneath rather than the company’s homebrew Tizen OS. As far as specs go, the smartwatches also are expected to push the envelope of what these wearables can pack inside when it involves processors and memory. How this amalgamation of two wearable operating systems will work remains to be seen, and, fortunately, we won’t need to wait long for it.