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Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with 5nm chipset and WearOS

Say hello to the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic smartwatches - Samsung’s first wearables with One UI Watch, based on Wear OS. These devices come with a fashion-forward design and a host of sensors, but most importantly the first 5nm chipsets on Wear OS.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 is a modern, sleek option with a rubber band and what the company calls digital bezel, while the Galaxy Watch4 Classic brings the rotating bezel and stainless steel body. Despite the different designs the two share the vast majority of their internals.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 arrives in 44mm (1.36” screen) and 40mm (1.19” screen) sizes, while the Watch4 Classic gets 46mm and 42mm options while keeping the same screen diameters. In all cases the pixel density is set at 330PPI.

Samsung says the Watch4 series is geared towards health-conscious people with plenty of new features and an entirely redesigned 3-in-1 sensor. The Samsung bioactive sensor on the back of the Galaxy Watch4 devices measures PPG (a technique detecting volume and blood flow), ECG (heart rhythm), and BIA (method of assessing body composition).

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


While the bioactive sensor reads all three, it actually gathers info from electrodes for ECG and body composition in the silver rim around the scanner and on the two side-mounted keys. Now the feature is more streamlined without compromising its performance.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


Also, thanks to One UI Watch being based on Wear OS, the wearables can track more than 100 different fitness activities, and some of them can be extended to Samsung TV, like yoga or aerobics.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


Sleep management is also improved in the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic - there is snoring detection, continuous blood and oxygen tracking while sleeping. Day-to-day experience now offers Samsung apps, core Google apps and even some third-party platforms to run effortlessly on the watch.

One UI Watch can now sync DND mode, blocked callers and important alarms from your phone. Also, if an app is installed on the handset and it is compatible with the watch, Samsung will automatically install it on the wearable as well.

There is also support for several gestures - nod wrist to confirm call, shake the wrist to dismiss it, or a knock-knock motion for a predefined feature.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


All this setup is powered by Exynos W920 - Samsung’s latest 5nm chipset, developed for wearables. It brings a 4G LTE Cat.4 modem and has a dedicated core for Always-On Display. The Watches have 1.5GB RAM and 16GB storage.

Battery capacity is 361mAh for the bigger and 247mAh for the smaller size. It can offer up to 40 hours on a single charge while recharging the battery from 0 to 100 is “under two hours”.

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The Galaxy Watch4 comes in Black and Silver; the 44mm has an exclusive Green color, while the smaller 40mm can also be purchased in Pink Gold. Starting price is €269/£249, but that’s for the Bluetooth-only 40mm watch.

Samsung is offering the Galaxy Watch4 Classic in either Black or Silver. Prices start from €369/£359, and once again, that’s for the Bluetooth-only 42mm option. All wearables will be available from August 27 in Europe.


Samsung Galaxy Watch4
- 40mm BT € 269
- 40mm LTE € 319
- 44mm BT € 299
- 44mm LTE € 349

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic
- 42mm BT € 369
- 42mm LTE € 419
- 46mm BT € 399
- 46mm LTE € 449


Samsung Galaxy Watch4 alleged official renders leak

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.
 
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Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow

Earlier today we heard that Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Watch4 family would have a Classic variant, to join the eponymous Watch4 and the Watch4 Active. Turns out that the device previously known as Watch4 Active could simply be called Watch4 - and we've already seen what it looks like courtesy of some leaked renders.

And now it's time for the Galaxy Watch4 Classic to get the same treatment. So here it is in all its "Classic" glory, complete with rotating bezel and two huge buttons on the right.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


Like the other member(s) of the Watch4 family, the Classic watch will also run Samsung's One UI Watch on top of Google's new iteration of Wear OS (which it's confusingly calling "Wear" now).

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


Samsung introduced its skin (because yes, Wear devices will have skins just like Android phones have) a few days ago at MWC, and the Watch4 family is expected to be made official at the next Unpacked event, which may take place at some point in August.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


As you can see, the leaked renders of the Watch4 Classic have 28 as the date, which may be the day of the announcement or the day of the release or neither. There will be three sizes for the Watch4 Classic, up one from what we're used to.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


Allegedly it will be offered in 42mm, 44mm, and 46mm options, in three colors - white, gray, and black. Those are far fewer hues than for the Watch4/Active but hey, that's what you get with a "Classic", right?

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


The casing for the Watch4 Classic will be either stainless steel or aluminum, and you'll be able to pick either material for all three sizes. Any 20mm watch band will work with the Watch4 Classic, while in the box you'll get two sizes - S/M and M/L (a la Fitbit). The screen will be protected by Gorilla Glass DX or DX+, the former on the stainless steel version, the latter on the aluminum watches.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic leaks in all its glory, rotating bezel in tow


DX+ is softer and thus "fits" better with aluminum apparently, and it has better scratch resistance. The Watch4 Classic is rated at 5ATM water resistance, and will also be MIL-STD-810G certified.
 
Será o primeiro smartwatch com a nova versão do WearOS, fruto da parceria Samsung/Google?
Se assim for, provavelmente a google "desiste" de lançar o seu próprio aparelho em função deste.
 

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Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with 5nm chipset and WearOS

Say hello to the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic smartwatches - Samsung’s first wearables with One UI Watch, based on Wear OS. These devices come with a fashion-forward design and a host of sensors, but most importantly the first 5nm chipsets on Wear OS.

The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 is a modern, sleek option with a rubber band and what the company calls digital bezel, while the Galaxy Watch4 Classic brings the rotating bezel and stainless steel body. Despite the different designs the two share the vast majority of their internals.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


The Samsung Galaxy Watch4 arrives in 44mm (1.36” screen) and 40mm (1.19” screen) sizes, while the Watch4 Classic gets 46mm and 42mm options while keeping the same screen diameters. In all cases the pixel density is set at 330PPI.

Samsung says the Watch4 series is geared towards health-conscious people with plenty of new features and an entirely redesigned 3-in-1 sensor. The Samsung bioactive sensor on the back of the Galaxy Watch4 devices measures PPG (a technique detecting volume and blood flow), ECG (heart rhythm), and BIA (method of assessing body composition).

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


While the bioactive sensor reads all three, it actually gathers info from electrodes for ECG and body composition in the silver rim around the scanner and on the two side-mounted keys. Now the feature is more streamlined without compromising its performance.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


Also, thanks to One UI Watch being based on Wear OS, the wearables can track more than 100 different fitness activities, and some of them can be extended to Samsung TV, like yoga or aerobics.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


Sleep management is also improved in the Galaxy Watch4 and Galaxy Watch4 Classic - there is snoring detection, continuous blood and oxygen tracking while sleeping. Day-to-day experience now offers Samsung apps, core Google apps and even some third-party platforms to run effortlessly on the watch.

One UI Watch can now sync DND mode, blocked callers and important alarms from your phone. Also, if an app is installed on the handset and it is compatible with the watch, Samsung will automatically install it on the wearable as well.

There is also support for several gestures - nod wrist to confirm call, shake the wrist to dismiss it, or a knock-knock motion for a predefined feature.

Samsung Galaxy Watch4, Watch4 Classic are official with new health-oriented features


All this setup is powered by Exynos W920 - Samsung’s latest 5nm chipset, developed for wearables. It brings a 4G LTE Cat.4 modem and has a dedicated core for Always-On Display. The Watches have 1.5GB RAM and 16GB storage.

Battery capacity is 361mAh for the bigger and 247mAh for the smaller size. It can offer up to 40 hours on a single charge while recharging the battery from 0 to 100 is “under two hours”.

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Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic
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The Galaxy Watch4 comes in Black and Silver; the 44mm has an exclusive Green color, while the smaller 40mm can also be purchased in Pink Gold. Starting price is €269/£249, but that’s for the Bluetooth-only 40mm watch.

Samsung is offering the Galaxy Watch4 Classic in either Black or Silver. Prices start from €369/£359, and once again, that’s for the Bluetooth-only 42mm option. All wearables will be available from August 27 in Europe.


Samsung Galaxy Watch4
- 40mm BT € 269
- 40mm LTE € 319
- 44mm BT € 299
- 44mm LTE € 349

Samsung Galaxy Watch4 Classic
- 42mm BT € 369
- 42mm LTE € 419
- 46mm BT € 399
- 46mm LTE € 449
 

anafernandes27

Power Member
Pois, eu tenho o galaxy watch 42mm e está-me a chamar mais o watch4, tanto pelo design, como pelos €100 a menos relativamente ao classic 42mm que tem o mesmo tamanho de ecrã pelo que percebi.
 

Lectusis

Power Member
Os interessados que saltem já para a loja virtual da Samsung. Na pré compra, oferecem uma pulseira extra e um carregador duplo sem fios.
O meu já está encomendado.
 

tmestre

Power Member
Estava entusiasmado com o Wear OS mas para já não justifica a troca do meu GW3, a bateria não me parece nada de excecional e funcionalidades (BP+ECG) que continuam dependentes de termos um Smartphone Samsung, depois da trabalheira que tive em por isto a funcionar no meu Pixel5... mas aguardemos por mais reviews.
 

night_sign

Power Member
Não sei se por ser Wear OS não gasta mais bateria.
Abriu mais possibilidades de nível de apps, mas pode perder na Bateria e talvez em desempenho.
 

Fandroid

Power Member
Estava entusiasmado com o Wear OS mas para já não justifica a troca do meu GW3, a bateria não me parece nada de excecional e funcionalidades (BP+ECG) que continuam dependentes de termos um Smartphone Samsung, depois da trabalheira que tive em por isto a funcionar no meu Pixel5... mas aguardemos por mais reviews.
Pensava que com o Wear OS já não seria necessário smartphone Samsung para utilizar todas as funcionalidades. Estava para fazer pré compra mas assim já não faço.
 

Lectusis

Power Member
Pensava que com o Wear OS já não seria necessário smartphone Samsung para utilizar todas as funcionalidades. Estava para fazer pré compra mas assim já não faço.
Na apresentação, mostrou os países onde o ECG está disponível. Não falaram que seria necessário um Smartphone Samsung. Mas como também não o fizeram da última vez...
Correção. Para o ECG requer um Smartphone Galaxy. Mas tal como fiz com o meu Active 2, há sempre forma de dar a volta e facilmente.
A pressão arterial é mais complicado uma vez que tem que ser calibrado todos os meses. Mas como tenho uma maquineta dessas em casa, é, para mim, um não problema.
 
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Metro

Benevolent Dictator For Life
Staff
O Wear OS estava morto e enterrado. Espero que este lançamento do Galaxy Watch4 venha dar uma nova vida aos smartwatches. Nunca é bom ter pouca concorrência. Eu não vou ser comprador de certeza mas é bom ver concorrência.
 
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